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I J u r J1Ity b 4 r t 3l Nt I r 1 rI t J Jt ct I y 1a f t j j tllaaKIal k ii f 0 c t 7 VOL XXVI g5Sl livUI Tobacco cotton Get prices from 2 Brother ifc Brother 1 J A Chattanooga plow is sold to be satisfactory or no solo VBud Brother is sole agent for Chattanooga Chill Plow I Breaking plows harrows and 4- cultivators at Brother Cos 4g r Geo T Young is the authorized agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect Dr G W Conner makes teeth j from the cheapest to the best 10 B P Rock eefjs Conger strain HOo for 15 J W Eminons Bethel Ky f Dud Spencer sold a pair of 4 Vj yearold mare mules to Dick lies VTj 4for 265 While delivering your tobacco i kt l that nice cook stove of Had 1 f Brother ti Bud Brother will sfll you a I cook slovo trimmed complete from Tto6O- II L Lane is agent for Wieder j i man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and keg Everything firstclass in hard I ware stoves plows and harrows at Bud Brothers rotlier k Brother have opened fI their tobBcco cotton Get prices before you buy 1 VAll who have property to Eell nt public auction call on M D Paris lIe will give satisfaction Oliver mean the best to bt jitJ bought in chilled plows has no equal For sale by Byron Bros t A carload of the Ohio Farmers i Fertilizer the best try it AGO DAwSON Coal Yard Our line of cook stoves and t trimmings is complete See them r price them BYRON BROS Young housekeepers try Byron Bros for your housekeeping outfit 11eywl1l sell you good goods at t e flguro DrG W Conner tho den- tl8i1ujt t el Odontundcr and nfl approved 4t t ana Ihetltteeth for the painless u 4 VL r Leave your JrderfClr fertilizer t t ithE L 4 T Byron and gotV I HIJfIt best corn and tobacco t rodueeron the ninrket tYiihuvetd ylIur tobacco nt 4 oiHUpricisv how bjiy rOurwHQ n he witijtInt or sewingtea = c j tte rU1 H milhtr ricJ tntwiinve a complete stock or I Lasrgles sfll ilruiiigWagflt3 00 4 tiluntJ Cut oreredit fS SnnOUT 3 j Grt 100 lbs uf 1trada tobacco l t ii feiturZq furyunrplnnt bed whtleit J gUaranIees yntitplisntat- vit E LJ A ITROICS itJ JTothingls more nnnoyiuff than to tti be breaking v Inis on your plow ev ry Jlme you turn around rry a Chattanoba and you will not have that trouble You will get results If you use Ohio Farmers Fertilizer on your r rnpt willdouble Try it on ov ery thing For sale by A H Daw i soifttcoilrd- t A k FtaSALETwo8ft show cases m SJft floor case an 8ft wall cue snail tsfc good organ IeIfl I ing machine and many other ar t j tI l 8BA8 ox STOBOELL JPlowa like pijtBi root the ground l ct The rooting by the Chattanooga is more than that done by thiepJgorany5otbermake of plow t BuynOhattanoogadrt I c We sell the Leader cook stove SAndrange jbattanooga plows c i White sewing machineii barrows and JritclatB hardware Come toI i i Mt us BROTHER tc Co s j StYIL Stoves Jr Stoves i Stovestiri M oreeookstoveatBudBroIhIers than Uaay itore east of Lezing c loB Ky VBUOGIESD nt fall to see T S Sbrouta stock of 50 new bugles J ti w enl town whether you wish to 4 Kur6riibtiMIe will niak terms tot ft Qir D uctinnot jetcredIt7oucaiV 844 I GittbetriedVteatedand trusted it fiae Greve Sunrise and Hakewell eo toYQlivecpllV BalUMit ckeili Hlside plow Stpddard disc dsrrin They wijl tlo the work p E Lk A T BIBOK nOTEOwAroooAAa the g you look QveryournpplyoflmplementsI t at earllMt poselble moment Dont d lose time and uioiiHy by using some jieavy hardrunning you ean buy theJJbattanoogathntruns Vlightaud BO 1L break every time you turn 1arOandS JOB PKi TWGTReraember that vTHBObTLbos islprepared to print i Ietter headejnolqhead8 bill heads etatements envelopes cardalabele receipts iavitatlons andall sorts of buwaess stattoneryOn the bs VatOck in taiteful at thj mOjl reasonable prices CompareD r workwiththatturned put by any t oMee and you will nellt to t youralvaRtegtoIiveusdoy rl d work q ryWal print postere dodgers 1 1i pa t an T rytHing usually Sc iraedoutby ieeuntryjob office I ti tf i Wo have OR handforsalein any iO ifaaititflMaak deOdIij tli 11 Iu ndotherblnks irtif i ftf it k 1 P 2 t ior 11itf 1O il1 i f tit iIi rfJdd fIh i 4Vt t1I k t lfr 1 p to f t A jfd iI1 t1 1I r PERSONAL Mrs Josephine Moore is very sick ilcllry Estill is very sick with the mumps John Gillon has been quite sick for several days Mrs U A Gorroll Is very sick with the grip Mrs Sam Jackson is chin to bo yf from her illness Dr B Oornolison is still vcry Ill with pneumonia Mrs Eugene Brother is threatened with pneumoniaV V IMrs D S Estill returned from Thursday Major J M Brother Is able to be outJrom his sick bedV Joshua Ewing has returned from a tour of the Southwest lisa Clara Bascom went to Win chester Saturday to visit frieirde- JMrsJWNnenjjJfts vlslteU her uor ents ut Shnrpsbnfg the past week Sirs M D Paris has been very sick for u week or two but is better James M Ross tens In Winchester and Mt Sterling Saturday and Sun lay Jesse Turnoy of Paris came Sun day to virflt the family of Mrs Elva Catlett Luther Daniel was up town Moo day the first time In throe weeks of illnessMrs C G McAlister of Lexing ton is visiting her mother Mrs Lou Iratman Mrs Sarah Jackson MrswC W llohnker and little son Clay are all sick with tho grip Miss Nora Barnes of Salt Lick Is spending the week with Misses Mary and Annie Sheehan Elder T W Harrison of Loxing on came Saturday ID preach nt Slate Valley Sunday Mre L R Slecser and Mrs Eugene tlinlhan attended the millinery open ings In Cincinnati last weekIJames Peters County Clerk after a severe Illnoss was able to bo up at his office Monday andTuestiay Mrs James Boss and little dangh ter Julia Gardner will go to Mt Ster llnfTliuisduy to visit relatives Dr Roy Mclntiro and sister Miss Elsie of Carlisle were guests of Dr aiid MrsWO Mclntlre Sunday Mrs Henry T Hopkins will return this week from an extended visit to her parents at Rubertsville S C MissPH Luln Burpln anti Jaiin GaitRkill of Winchester me lust week to visit Mrs JCSSQ Hampton Dr G1 Curry of LnhannriTpho TVttR called mid cnmo Monday night oiUeud Jacob Warner in hU 111I tU8 MrnfdMrs Jessn Hampton visit ed fmmledl11wlekMfc JeVe Atchisrtniirto Nkh olHSvllIe Satiirdny to visit tier mistr- uliss Muy who Is attending school thereMIKS Elizabeth Onltfikill after be Ing with tier sister Mrs Jesse Hamp ton returned home to Winchester ast Weuk Thomas McGHntnck of Millers burainm Sunday to visit his dnuph ter Mrs Turner Perry and to attend Court day ilaughterMissguests nt Dr F P GudgeUs onedai last weekVMrs Dora Cook roturnoJ from a visit to friends Louisville last week and is visiting her sister Mrs James A Barnes Mt Sterling visitors hero Monday ElijahRobertSonJudy Jeff Harper Robt Crooks Win Cravens R H Lane Chits King nnd John Sammons canVe up from Carlisle Sunday Thn latter Jium accepted a position at Mlnllmns saddlery Mr King vlsltedhls daughter Mrs Dr HJDnlb Mrs Rolla Green of Now York City who with her son Walter has been vlsltlncr at Tioxington Win Chester and Mt Sterling spout from Wednesday till Saturday with Mrs t Margaret J Honakerjattendingthevarsity Mich came lust week to be with his father Dr B Cornellson during his illness Also Mrs P II Burkholder Doctors daughter of Ashland Tenn and his brother W B Cornellson of Paducah came Bud Brother is sole agent for the Chattanooga Chill Plow Wm Razor was jerked off of hid horse by a led mule Monday and his arm dislocated School trustees will pleasVeall and get tbefr census reports WP PEnny Co Supt Crit Young bought the residence property of ClarnceMoAlistiH on High St for f1700 and will move to it April 1 A young wan by the name of Dick COne who died of consump tion was buried at the Curtmill graveyard Monday Frank Johnson of color was brought here from Sharpsburg and lodged in jail on the charge of per jury in some small case Marriage license was issued the past week to Lloyd Wilts and Mia Blanche Miller McCarty of the eastern part of the county Andy Todd of Lafayette Ind had a fine black Percheron stallion here Monday The price of 3500- k t down the rush to buy him- LOGBPLENTIFtJLl3usjness ought LickLt year as flood brought an immense lot of timber to the log booms oftbe IIls at tbose poin- tsLtasOmar Wilson engage fOme lambs Monday at 6J fur July dehiveryV WQ You ng engaged Lewis Bar bers lambs for July delivery at fijo- J C Turley has 30d laraos for Jul jT delivery at 6c 7 Z c r 7 1 S W Bedford of Owensboro Grand Master Workman of tho State will lecturo at tho Court house Thursday night April 6 in the interest of the A O U W lodges here J G Walker of Louisville Grand Recorder will also bcpjrcscnt CIRCUIT COURTJ J Nesbitt presided as Judge of Circuit Court Friday nnd Saturday Judge A W Young being still not able to attend on account of sickness A IiM minor cases were tried and the balance of time cases continued to tho Muy term Court adjourning Saturday RAIN AND HIGH WATERS Rain fell in torrents from Wednesday till Thursday night of lust week putting the water courses ou of banks and causing more or less loss In fencing fudder etc The water got up in Farmers Salt Lick nnd Wyomingbut was only a temporary inconvenience The tide in Licking was a great benefit to tho saw mill interests in providing run of tim her sulllcicnt to Inst six months at least The trestle on tho L V railroad across Caney Creek was damaged stopping the running of trains for a while The ruin was a benefit to the small grain in the ground by beating down the soil MRS JAMES MOORES DEATH Mrs MillIe Moore aged about 28 years wife of James Moore wits brought to her brother Roe Morris in town some months ago suffering with consumption in tho hope that change of location would help tier but sIte gradually declined and passed away last Thursday night About the sutiietime herjsixmonths old baby at her lather James Nor in the county died of the sonic ailment When the order was brought to Undertaker Shrouts for the coffin Friday morning tho coffin fur the mother was being prepared so one collin was made for mother and bahe The burial took place at the David Bailey burial ground Saturday warning The husband and two small children survive and have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement MnKMS CONFERENCE The an nuul spring conference of the ciders of the Mormon church stntinne in Kentucky was held Saturday utter nllonSuhdyIInd Monday morning tt the Court house here Bd r lien E Kioii Prudent ot theSoiub rn State Mission of AilantaGn A j Aiignrd Precjilent of the Kentucky Mission Jieitflquarter at Louisville conducted the confer- S 0 cc JSIders J E RiddleofLotiisvilie o ore Crockett of Hopkins y lie and I HFrllwnnf Liberty nddreseed the meeting at 11u m Sunday EUera J II Hill and A JAagard were returned to Utah having serv ed their appointed time in this StateChas Smith of Carter county was orilained an elder und sent us missionary to the South Win Smith of Ohio and John W Shrout cf this county were or dimmed as elJers President Rich addressed time meeting Sunday afternoon There were eighteen elders in attendanceThe church has 1200 converts in Kentucky and 40 in Bath county There was considerable opposi tion among citizens here to the Mormons being allowed to hold the conference in tIme Courthouse COURT DAT Monday was a chilly day but tho crowd at the monthly market was large Time merchants had a good trade There were but few catt e offered There were more mules than nearly ever known on this market Stock trade was rather dull Hogs sold at 4i to So Among the sales reported wore T J Barnes sold a pair of mules to Elgin Sharp for 275 Emmet Fratman haught a pair of mules of Robert Catlett for 260 and a horse of James Day for 20QJohn Gudgoll sold a jack toChas otera and James Day for 40760 Alfred Bristow bought of Reuben Dale a 4yearold mare mule for 115Roe Hart sold a work Jiorso to John Benz for 60 Stanton Hamilton bought a 5 yearold horse mule of William At- chison for 100 Saw Jackson sold a horse to Alt Craig lorSO Win Razor sold a mule toMeNab for 76VL J Rico sold a pair of 4year old mules to Scobee for 300 Thomas McClintock bought a mule for 135 and a pair for 275 J L Atchison sold a pair of mules for 220 another pair for 200 and another pair for 190 Warren Rodgers bought a horse for 50 eight cows at 17 per head and two yearling steers at 10 per nead Lee D Brother bought a sow at 54oRileyCbandler sold two sows and seven pigs Tor 2175 Rnbt Crooks sold six hogs to Alfred Crooksat 4o John McKinivan bought a calf of James Clark for 15 and three of Stall for 25VVEd Myers sold a cow and calf to John BoRZ for 27V A CHendrix bought seven year Uog steers at 1010 per bead 4 t Wy- g VIGOROUS OLD GENTLEMAN On March 11 Mr Henry Scott wits eightyfive years old and to show his vigor he jumped up and cracked his heuls together twice while in the air up on tho street in front of W II Duughertys store PitGimnTioN MEElJNohe loading advocates of Prohibition met at the Courthouse Monday and or ganized for the election campaign A petition signed by about 1000 voters to call an election in Bath county to vote upon tho sale or gift of intoxicants was presented to tile County Court Tie anti Prohibi tionlfts will contest the petition nextCountyCourt Sharpsburg precincts counter peti tions have been circulatedto call un election on the same question within the corporate limitsJif these towns the opponents of Prohibition hoping to defeat it Of course if the antiProhibitionists in the two chief towns of the county carry tho election it will practically defeat Prohibition in time county Savoyards Wisdom r Louisville Postl- WahiugtonMarch4 TheFifty eighth Congress that died today fulfilled its mission It saw aRe publican elected last fall and that was all it was after For that it was a standpatter For that it was a trustbuster For that it put off till tomorrow a whole lot of things that thould be done today When time Fiftyninth Congress convenes it will find un immense deal to do the railroads the tariffthe trusts too Monroe doctrine time big navy the treasury deficit the ship subsi dy and these are not all by any manner of means The FiftySev cnth and Fiftyeighth Congresses only strove to find out how nut to do it The Fiftyninth Congress will have to find the way to do things and then go ahead And do themIn the closing hours of its life the House of Representatives of the Fiftyeighth Congress was guilty of n piece of folly that was simpIj as- lonishingan attempt at graft that might sloeka ring ridden Council They actually 1ollllth IllStheil wileJgl umoupllg the aggregate to 100000 because the extra session convened lthePreSIdent expired lit noonV u certain day and the fegulr H ion Wlli tsiipcITTo imter at llur came nui ment of time Not one of thfui hind earned llje mileage by Vt was elinjiJy incimpreii i hit that the American Cungret tihuulii lie guilty of sucha tiling The Pl1utuouldnot hltrto it how over nod knocked time job on the head in conference I rciiieiulKr distinctly theValarv grabof 1872 or was it 1871Tlmt cumpenFIItillnuf 5000 per annum to 7500 und provided that it should upply ta the members of the Forty second Congress which enacted this law Immediately the biggest howl you ever heard came up from all quarters One would have thought that every man in the country had been robbed of 2500 Thu clamor came very nearly destroying the political fortunes of a Senator whoea superior cannot be found on tho tolls of time Senate since John C Jalhoun and Daniel Websterantl he did lose his seat for a titncbut subsequently regained it Mutt Carpenter not only voted for the grab but ad vacated It on time stump for well Matt Carpenter knew that the Sen ntorsbip was not necessary to muke him a great roan and well he know that lit could acquire at the bar the salary of ten Senators but bis stump speech in defense of the grab contained one passage that was downright immoral andall the Puritanism of Wisconsin rose up against him and gave his seat to a SJr Cameron OldBcn Butler was another m m- bar of that Congress who cham pinned the grab His speech to his constituents was about as exquisite a sample of stump arguments can je imagined All over thVland members were scampering tocover Some of them gave the extra pay lo charity some gave itto time church as though benevolence and religion would wipe away tliesin of graft It was n reminder 0Cthe tale of indulgences by the Seoor Rome against which Martin Luther thundered Scores of members carried the grabs into the treas ury There was general political panic from one end of thn country- to the other Old Butler said in his speech that he did not give his 2500 to charity nor to religion Neither did he make it a present to the United States Treasury which already bad more money than he But said he 1 bought butchers meat with it and found that it worked excellently for the pur pose Col Ed Crossland was then a member of Congress frcjm tho Gibraltar district und when tho storm came be met it like a man and defended his vote lor the mess ure in a very able speech There IB a tradition that Con gress has never yet meddled with Congressional salaries without a row Originally it was a per diem 8 per day during the session und mileage Then it was increas IJudgeUnderwood member at that timp and Defused to take tho increase for the Con Congrepfl that enacted lt i The amount ie probably in the areas SV0 iJt V4V rxxxx g xxxx G1905IChicago where he purchased a complete line of Spring Dry GoodsShoesHats Neckwear Etc These goods have arrived and ares now on sale We give you best values for a reasonable price Our line is complete to the smallest de tail Illohuir Dress Goods in all colors Organdies Dimities and Ginghams AMERICAN LADY CORSETS Drew Selby Cos Ladies Fine Shoes Brother EC BrotherOWINQSVILLE KY S ap3pa ury today the property of him heirs It was during the war that the pay Was fixed at 5000 per annum as it raraaine as the law of the Forty second Congress was repealed as soon as Congress got a whack at it Tho salary ought to ho restored to 7500 or njMlo even more In deed 10000 wouldbe butter It would command abler men und raise the standard of our states manship But It will be a heap braver Congress than we have had in forty yearsthlltlill pass such u law What a harvest for a demagogue it would be You would ten little fellows with souls ton email to uttnict time attention of the devil mount the stump and tell time peuplovliow much honester they arc than other folks It Is n mercy that we escape these mind perhttps l hitll enough that Con ixte irT4 theui vldt5ii2l ctise to gun the stump The KiftyFeveivlh Congress ex cused itself fr ncgleto reforms by sajihg that it would not jwiicli un the preserves of the Fiftyeighth Congress for the Fiftyeighth was to be H reformed Congress ns ev erylmdy understood but when it gut to this town the Fiftyeighth Congress concluded that it was more important to elect n Presi dent than to give the country ro form und so l country is refotm less to this dajund Is liable to be so for n long time Time g o p hush token over time layout that calls itself the Demo cratic party got it where Hensley had the pullet and in the next inventory of the Republican partys effects the party that Jefferson formed and Bryan destroyed will he set down as u Republican asset of nominal value und it wont be worth the pen and ink to do that Politically speaking tho real Democrats me like the children of Israel after the conquests of Ves pasian and THUS Jerusalem has fallen i the temple has been de stroyed and tho ark of the conven ant is vanished There is no word but Ichnbod It was time only friend of the constitution andnow that the Democratic party of Jef fereon Jackson Tilden and Clove land is dead the constitution will not long survive That railroad rate bill shows the trend SAVOYARD Savoyards Wisdom Louisville Post Washington March 6Tbeyc- ame earlier there were more of them and it looks like they intend to stay longer than any other in auguration crowd I ever saw It is a good looking crowd and Well be hived There are not so many from the Middle West as came to see McKinley inaugurated either time not so many from time Southas came to see Cleveland inaugurated either time but for all Pennsylva nia avenue was fuller of humanity last Saturday and the procession was the largest and handsomest that ever marched up and down that historic thoroughfare Pennsylvania as has always been the case was more numerously repre sented than any other State That is because sue is not far distant and her cities and towns are full of marching clubs I saw several ofi these clubs from Philadelphia No body that saw them spends any more thought wondering how it is that Philadelphia casts more votes to tho square inch than any other town in the world The Republican majority in Philadelphia is what ever these clubs want it to be 80000 or 180000 as tho whim moves then No President not evenClevelaad in 1893 entered upon thePresiden cy under happier auspices than Col Roosevelt in 1905 Ho is n heap bigger than his party and it looks as though he is become the head of both parties Democrats in Congress swear by him WVJ Bryan TmnVnteon and Jack l Legislatureswinter appear to have indorsed him And it looks as though another era of good feeling was ut hand It ie fortunate for the Republican party this situation and it could easily have been a Democratic harvest if tfie Democratic party had sup ported the President they elected in 1892 There was time very greatest piece of political asshaod in the whole history of mdkinthetreatment Grover Cleveland got from the DeuilncratJc partyl89397 Had the Democratic party been as tlmeRepullicans put in the White House theP pub Mean party would have a1teabrl 96 und been buried in 1900 Asit is the Democrats did time dying nlid though the party was not burled in DO itv i4ictwenenn 4 Ihg the Republican backyard like eo much cord IQ I I suppose it would be cremated if it would burn Whatever you may say oflUe Republican party you cannot call ita fool It khowj exactly what it wants and how so get it YOU cant stampede it It never waverS It fixes its eye on the goal and pays no attention to anything Itulwaya falls on its feet and oven this buttcult of paternalism is not go- Ing to think it over the spring summer and talland when they get here at the opening of Congress they will know what they want and do what they intend Then when tho session comes to an end the Democratic party will be like Prop tor Knotts dogsitting on its haunches and barking up a tree there IP nothing in as usual Paternalism wont thrive in Dem ocratic soil If it would Bryan would have been elected both times If he had been a Democrat his ma jority would have been pronounced in 18and it would have been practically unanimous in 1900 A Democrat believes that it is the duty of the people to the government Sir Bryan believes that it la time mission of the govern ment to support the people That was what beat him The people said that Mr Bryan was dressed in Domocratic clothing that did not fit him and so they rejected him Only the other day the HonOllie James who ought to be a Demo crat if there is one left for be is from the Gibraltar district Mr James spoke of the people as the children of the government A t more viciously unDemocratic ex pression never escaped the lips of man The government is the child of tho people and a government that ii the ftttkcr of the people can be nothing but a despotism WeI see that sort of gbvernmdht inI Russia It was in Germany that GuatavusAdolphscontondedngainst filly and Wallonstein It was in France under the Valois and under tho Bourbon Tbo father hlu the right to keep time child in subjectlion and if tho people children of the government they can be required to do whatever the goveinment prescribes 1 do nt suppose that Mr James measured his words It would have been impossible for Willis B Machen Lynn Boyd Henry C Burnett or Oscar Turner to have uttered them It is not the expression ofDemocratic thought but it illustrates what a loose shack ling shabby Democracy Bryanism is Bryan preaches that dogma a lid James and the Gibraltar Dem ocracy have unconsciously absorb ed it Now Bryan is in the Roosel velt camp and the pnrity has followed him Of course the President will send out his cow punchers and brand them and it will be the first round up of the Democratic party for many years Where he is going to find grazing for them I cannot imagine They are very hungry and very thirsty mind tho cowboya of the G 0 P are certain to have trouble with them What do the Do mocr4cxpcct tot J io fi1 flrAY Jo to 4 EUGENE MINIHN is to VULCAN PLOWS IThey are the best aim d the clipipest for they do the best work The boltsCostspoints always fit You can get tinin pln n or corrugated A Bib I PLOW GEARING t ef prices Handmade Check Lines and aIdDijiesWl outwear three i of time Come and see them and I will save money you Homeinndo goods that are warranted EUGENEMIHANOwingsviJk1 s I ac e ore We are selling goods at the same place and be here during the yetof 1905 Come in and see much you can save by trading with us Masons Blacking box 8c Brooms 5Vj5 Ipcr Staging ball 4c Knives and Fqrkeset 987546c jjdmtingTin CuppJciO V1in r LettcrPaper 106cr Tobacco Cotton C1VV 3dio8 qt Gulva ilzed Buckets Saxonv Yarn reduced to The lb Yarn reduced to SOc l- brGlanGranite Pit Cupsv AhiSOutingClothpricesredumced qcarpet Clrr coldlb 22c See our nc line of Bpys and Mens Beauty Pins each a clothing Scrim yd 50 CASH PAil 1OR EGGS EWi E1NJ Cash StoreF 7TtPRICE i SV VI II IndLinenr 8lOti2 149 Window Shades 2342Crtd1r5VktsLace Curtains 4864 88c MadrasV nc White ShirtWaist244o5p Kerchiefs 5 8v 10 150 Chk Nainsook liens Bow Ties23 Chic Dimity II 14c 1 CASa IOSt EGGS MRS D SSESTILL j TrJLJL fiO ii IDealergain by this alliance Time Demon crntic party will never get credit for paternalism that the Republicans put in the law of the land The traditions and glories of time party are all oppceeil to it Tho people are not fools When they want a piece of potent lisle they know where to get it warmedoverJhulfsulednffllir hot just out of the skillet and now justoff the lust And so they goo the Republican party for it u party that was born believing it The party will not in n thousand years win a victory by pursuing that course The issue of 1908 is practically made uppnd here it is Shall the government at Washington ac quire by honest purchase or arid trury confiscaHon the raIlroads of time United StiiteP nod operate them for the benefit of time people The Democratic harms has got to onoendllr the other of that To that complexion Bran iAiu bus pitched us at last tJAVUYABD People who live in gins houses shiiuid pull down the blinds Misery loves company but com puny does riOt reciprocate Think of our ancestors and your posterity and you will never marry When we hear of other peoples troubles it reconciles us to our own If you bestow a favor forget it but if you receive one jt is wise to remember The Overland Limited to California leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 005 p m dully arrives San Francisco the third day in time for a dinner Route Chicago Mil wuukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacifiu Line All ticketAgents roil via thli route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive or California sent for fix cents post age F A Miller General Pas sen ger Agent Chicago orwVS Howell 381 Broadway Now York i f IIJ v w We have nil kinds and the largesV stock t Our Breoehing other you and give will how 151fIi Maysvllle toC Duoiiicralic Democratic w O MCINTIREf IElliott building opposite Owlnga PV V4OWIN3SVILLE t AUCTIONEER If you want the services of an cue tioneer call on me Terms reason able 1 2 OEORQE H GUDGELL C 1Odessa m CISs I iClosingOut SAL Jlr We have sold part of our store to J A Power and balance of stock consisting of Cut Glass Silverware 1 etc will be sold atgreatly reduced prices BasGOmStllrgell r TlleOutlookandWeeklyII mercial Gazette year for IThe Ouitlpok andWeeklyb one year AQ ta jVV VtVSJ t VVS- it s S j 2L OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK lutkru A FOURLEAVED CLOVER r He was only a ipilgot clover But he rnle l his head with pride JAllhUrowInrq cprlngtlmoWhenwee little lonesome stranger t c When be first had looked around 1 But c4 jrb day he had trengtIieucdIw As the sun phone glad f ills lenves had widened unit lengthened reIIm only a fourleaved clover Down In the meadow green They hunt for me all over nd theyre lucky when Im ccn And peopl paired before him nut so quiet nnd still lay he 1 That they never dreamed they were oer IIII himSnear Ihe grew by the ride of the daisy to Close to the busy feet Whys the rascal seemed to be lazy Compared with the rustling wheat 1 dutyForAnd her sharp eyes spied the beauty As she heard him softly say Im only a fourleaved clover Down In the meadow green They hunt for me all overgAnd theyre lucky seen trThen she picked the little treasure And earned him safe away 4 With a gentle thrill of pleasure Upon that summer daydI I lILt No longer so green and so mellow 1 nut a brown straight stiff little elfThIs all of his usefulness over I SIncehes left the green meadow below LJUlltyou put your ear to the clover youll hear him whlperlng low I t Im only a fourleaved coerfp Once from the meadow They hunted for me all greenI1r I And there lucky now Im seen Rev Thornton B PcnIIeld Ph D In to N Y Observer i iH 7 TandIaT IiiliVING IACHELLUg It I y AtithtTclbcnHoldenDarrtlcfthe OopjriVlllOtljIx Uin PbttbIcgOoapsD7 t J CHAPTER VIIICoxTiNUED They will never sting she would r Lay It one does not declare war To strike to make any quick motion It i gives them anger Then mon cher aml It is terrible They cause you to burn to ache to make agreat noise groundapeople come to see me if I get a tI new servant I say Makto them no fJ attention and tty will not harm S q you1 bIone by the wings on a wlndow and J holding it carefully ask me to watch h i her captive sometimes a great dare layIIth his poisondagger J j NoW said sheShe Is angry he r Ii will remember It I release him he s will clIng me when I come near him again So I do not permit him to i UTeI kin him r i Then she would Impale him and In V 4 vile mejtb look t him wllh the ml it f croacopeFt One dy the baroness went away t- ouzauutQwn wjth toung ladlelwasaionq with the servants Father Joiilln of Iho chateau came oVer and sat awhile with me and told me how he had escaped the Parisian mob a night in the of Terror Late in the taftemoon I walked awhile in the grove j i with him When he left I went slow ly down the trail over which I had I WI i ridden My strength was coming fast t II felt like an idle man shirking the 1f saddle when I should be sserving my h country Lm st to my horse and make jJ n end to dallying With thoughts eo like theee forcompany I went farthert tf 1 than I intended Returning over the bushy trail I suddenly came upon Louison She was neatly gowned in i t pink and white nL i Le 4lablM said she You sur 4 prise me I thought you went another way Or ybtj would have not have taken this one I said it course not said fehc One does tol whh to find men Ishe is hunting forfortOshe hesitatfd a moment tc tlufhlngmon Dleu for bears she added 4i I thought then as her beautlrul eyes looked uri at me smiling that she was Incomparable that I loved her above 1lothera1 felt sure of It4 why do you hunt bears I In I5quiredi do not know I think It Is bc1 cause they are soso beautiful so amiable she answered lAhdsuch good companions Yes they never embarrass you r she went on You never feel at loss for a word t I fear you do not know bears Dleu better than men Volta k efae exclaimed touching me with the end of her parasol Ypu are not so terrible I do not think you would t bite i anythingbutbutbre8d something of that sort j COm I desire to Intimidate you 1 Wont you please be afraid of me In 1 deed r ean be very terrible See I aI c have slurp teeth rjkt i Sne turned with a playful growl b t and parting her crimson lips showed them tomewhlte and shapely and 2 1i as tven an if they had been wrought of I Ivory xgSe knew they were beautiful J the vixenYouterrlfy tlL4 me I have a mind to run 1aid backing off Please dOBOtJiJn she answered quickly I should be afraid that tIv that She feNtltated a moment stirring the t moss Pwitli one dainty foot t7 That you night not return she added Balling as she looked at me ti j Theij thca perhaps it will do as 1 w lllfil climb a treeb t No no I wish to talk with you J MamEelle you honor me I said t7z And titehonor myself I presume with BO Kiuch boldness she went on 4i Itle only that I have something to i hashsay2tdoes not listen Ifap 4 hllbe ii flr as you I put in 4 rewell I shall not say what 1 thinic et you 10ffearfor fear of 1 ati kCtiWetWtW eaid she blushing as p eDo you like the life of a b4rt g r atuch and especially when I am funded with such excellent and JY careI a lJutyourWelt was horribly it I tlldfeelverylOrrylndeed I did Ye will go again to the war J Ualuileas Abyes udam- wllft I shall go agatt to 1hewar1 1j stjiMiMrfNKGiig to the brink of con t freeeaIy to back away from It as Lr btoei case hi to my cheeks i 0 JW rrt v h o iIi 44Ptr JIl 4I Jrift l JI r Ji fJtf f h q fo r y Jif jtv She broke a tiny bough and began stripping Its leaves Tell me do you love the baroness e inquired as she whipped a sway g bush of brier The question amazed me I laughed nervously I respect I admire the good wo manshe would make an excellent mother was my answer Well spoken she said clapping er hands I thought you were a fool did not know whetler you were to blame oror the Creator Or the baroness I added laughing Well said she with a pretty shrugs there not a man for every wo nnn Tho baroness thinks sho Is Ir sIstible She has money She would like to buy you for a plaything to marry you But I say beware She Is more terrible than the keeper of the Bastile And you you are too young My dear girl said I in a voice of eading it is terrible Save me ave me lpray you Pooh I do not carewlth a gesture of indifference I am trying to save myself that is all whatI Parbleu I have enough She stamped her foot Im beImeanest things I should call you- randpapa and give you a now cane every Christmas And if you gave me also a smile I should be content More than once I was near de aring myself that day but 1 d a mighty fear she was play l with me and held my tongue ere was an odd light in her eyes I knew not then what it meant You are easily satisfied was her answer I am to leave soon I said May not see you hero tomorow Alas I do not think you can was- heranswerAnd no1 Because it iiould not be proper said she smiling as she looked up at- em Not proper I should like to know why It would make me break another en- agement she went on laughing I am to go with this baroness to meet the count if he comesshe has commanded The day after in the morn Ing at 10 oclock by tho cascade will that 110Good I must leave you now I must not return with you Remember she commanded point- Ing atme with her tapered forefinger Remember 10 oclock in the morn- Ing Then she took a bypath and went out of sight I returned to the mansion as deep in love as a man could be I went to dinner with the rest hat evening Lou son came in after we were all seated You were late my dear said the aronessYes I went away walking and lost something and was not able to find It again CHAPTER IX Next morning the baroness went away in her glittering calcche with Louison Each shining spoke and golden turretflashed the sunlight back 1 WKNT AWAY THEN ron A WALK AND STROLLED INTO TIlE N nTJI TRAIL at me as I looked after them at tbacdge of the wood The baroness halasked me to go with her but I the journey too long Louise came out and sat by me awhile as I lay in the hammock She was all In wh te A trifle taller aridn bit more slender than her sister I have sometimes thought her beauty was statelier also and more statuesque The sight of her seemed to kindle In me the spirit o old chivalry I would have fought and died for her with my best lance and plume In all my life I had not seen a woman of sweeter graces of speech and manner and in truth I have met come of the best born of her sex She had callers presentlythe Sleur Michel and his daughter I went away then for ayalkandarter a time strolled into the north trait Crossing a mossy glade In a circle of fragrant cedar I sat down to rest The sound ot falling water came to myear through thickets of hazel and shad berry Suddenly I heard a sweet voice singing a lovesong of Provence the same voice the saute song I had heard the day I came half fainting on my horse Somebody was coming near In a moment I saw Louise before me What mamselle I said alone In the woods Not so said she I knew you were heresomewhere andand well1 thought you might be lonely You are a good angel I said always trying to make others happy Eh bien said she sitting beside me I was lonely myself I cannot read or study I have neglected mj lessons I have Insulted the tutorthrew my book at him and walked away for he sputtered at me I do not know what Is the matter I know lam very wicked Perhaps ah me perhaps it Is the devil Mamselle it Js appalling I bait You may have injured the poor mqn You must be very bad Let me see your palm I held her dainty fingers In inlne that were still hard and brown peer- Ing into the pink hollow of her hand She looked up curiously A quick temper and a heart of gold I said If the devil has It he Is lucky and well I should like to be In his confidence Ah msleur said she seriously a little tremor on her lips I have much troubleyou do not know I have to fight with myself You have then a formidable enemy I answered But I am not Quarrelsomesahl she thoughtfully lam only weary of the life here I should like to go the1lOldIwishec me to stay And bah Itls a jo Hopltal de Salpetrierel Mamselle I exclaimed lrfmyhorseas your knight as your deliverer some dayAlas said she with a sigh you would find me very heavy One has nothing to do here but grow lazy and eleHtatIf with her sister had not made It impossible and absurd I should have offered my heart to thfs fair young lady then anti there Now I could not make It seem the part of honor and decency I could not help adoring her simplicity her frankness her beautiful form and face It Is no prison for me I said I do not long for deliverance I cannotIn tell you how happy I have been to stay how unhappy I shall be to leaveRCaptain she said quickly you are not strong you are no soldier yetthYes I hiAndthe thoughtfully her chin upon her handWhich mar That wealth is my ill fortune site went on with a sigh Men and women are lighting and toiling and bleed ing to make the world better and II am just a lady fussing primping peering into a looking glass I should like to do something but they think- I nm too oolltoo holy But it is a hard business the labora and quarrels of the great world I suggested WellIt Is Gods business she continued And am I not one of his tibewas not too good for the man who said thatnyou I do not know I suppose I can do nothing because alas because my father has bought my obedience with a million francs Do you not see that I am In bondage Be patient the life of a rich 11e moiselle is not barren of opportuni tytgay one as welltbe a peacock to say pretty thIntone might better be a well parhrot to grace the court or the I fiItto be admired to hear fine complimentsa well you know that is part a pet poodle I say captain to be happy one must be free to dofI looked Into her big eyes were full of their new discoveryoI should like among themwounded soldiers said she her brIghtening It did make me very happy to sit by your bedside and do for you There was a very tender look In her eyes thenfShe In the breeze had fallen across heruhair She let me loose the thorns and doing so I kissed her foreheadI could not help itoMsleur she exclaimed in a whls vcr Then she turned quickly away and stood tearing a leaf in her fingers Forgive me I pleaded for I saw that she was crying It was the Im pulse of a moment Pray forgive meaShe stood motionless and made no answer I never felt such a stir In mV for I had a fear a terrible fear tliaM had lost what I might never have againIt was honorable admiration I cojUinuedj Illatom 1nIL helfihl be aide her TeJI me mamselle have I hurt you No said she in a voice that trent bled I am thinkingI am thinking of somebody else The words spoken so slowly so sweetly seemed nevertheless to fly at me Of somebody else Whom could she mean Had her sister told her Did she know of my meeting with Louison I was about to confess how deeply how tenderly I loved her I had spoken the first word when this thought flashed upon me aId I halteds I could not go ongMamselle I IIif It Is I of whom you are thinking give me only your pity and I can be content Sometime perhaps I may deserve more If I can be of any service to you send for mecommand me You ungratefulAhstood to my full height and felt a mighty uplift In my heart that seemed toss the words out of me I have strong arm and a good sword and the ove of honor and fair women She wiped her eyes and turned and looked up at me I was no longer a hItsaid thoughtfully and you you are like a knight of old We must go home It Is long past luncheon hour We hSheand we walked without speaking I am very well today I remarked as we came to the road If you will hbirchcan beat you to the door dingashamed of you or of what I have donerhe baroness and Louison had not yet returned M Pidgeon was at luncheon with us In the big dining room and had much to say of the mighty Napoleon and the coalition he was then fighting l ie great monsieur stayed through the afternoon as the baroness had planned a big houseparty for the night in celebration of the counts return My best clothes had come by messen ger from the Harbor and I could put myself in good fettle The baronex and the count and Louison came early and we sat long together under the trees The dinner was at seven There were more than a dozen guests among whom were a number I had seen at the chateau Mr David Parish of Ogdens burg who arived late In a big two wheel cart drawn by four horses that came galloping to the door and den Wilkinson our new commander In the north a stout smoothfaced man who came with Mr Parish In citizens dressTo Be Continued Canned White Man Burton Holmes the lecturer say 5 that the Indians of Alaska regard white men and canned goods as so closely associated that they are nearly synonymous Wherever the white man Is seen canned meats fruits and ego etabies are found When Mr Holmes visited Alaska recently he carried with him a phonograph and It was ex hlblted to an old chief who nevei had seen a talking machine before When the machine was started and the spund of human voice came from the Inia Jlme then approached and red ln ito thi trumpet When theAmachlni finished its cylinder aad stopped tbt IniJpointed at it and remarked1 r ha canned white ttn V lay Telearripbl 1 t Ir t NIMROD THE MIGHTY ONE OUR SERMON STORY by the Highway and Byway Preacher A oXOoQs Copyright in t 7 I If Zdaa 4 hegatNimrodearth lie WAS a mighty hunter before the lord Wherefore It Is said Even as Nlmrod the mighty hunter before the lord And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel anti Krech and Accad and Calnch tho land of Shlnur Out of that lani he went out Into Assyria and bulldcd Nineveh d the tlty of Ilrhoboth and Calnh and etn between Nineveh nnd Calab the- mesa Is a great city Unto Shem so the father of all the children of Eber e brother of Japhelh the elder even tom were children born And unto ber were born two eons the name of one was Ieltg for In his days was the earth divided and his brothers name was Jo- knGenta 10812 IS RUE piety and un- swerlngdvotion to God are always an enigma to the ungodly Conscious of an clement in the character and tire of the one who Is under Divine leadership and con trol which is not understood nnd Is superior to human Influence or dicta on the man who knows not and puzzledbutwhich is so disconcerting and tantalizing to the one given to evil thoughts and purposes and wholly worldly ambitions is to see the innerfcalm of the godly antI their ing obedience to a higher spiritual powerIt for this reason that the ighty Nimrod the fearless hunter he powerful ruler the intrepid leader he allconquering warrior was troubled In spirit Never before had e met an Issue that would not yield to his unbending will and his erce spirit never before had ho been baffled and defeated in his plans nd purposes never before since he was a youth and had domineered with high hand over his associates had he one he could not mold to his ill and control to the carrying out his purposes until he had met the an Eber People all through the country counted him as a prophet of God and wide and deep and stiong was his Influence With no alParent attempt at leadership with no evident ambitions or wealth or power with no desires resent ruling his life but those nselfish devotion to his fellow men he exercised a control over the af of men and possessed a power f which any potentate of ancient or modern times might well be proud But his power and Influence were not of that character which molded kingdoms and organized armies and directed mighty energies of human skill nd Industry but were rather of that spiritual character which permeated the deeper currents of human life and directed their flow and determined their ultimate destiny as the will of God was wrought out In the affairs ot men Such was the man Eber In a cool retreat by the riverside under the giant palms that spread their canopy of great leaves and sheltered from the hot rays of the sun a group of men were gathered Liken low rumble of thunder came the voice of the leader as he excitedly exclaimed between his clenched teeth I swear by the waters of this great Euphrates whose flow no power can check that I will no longer be thwarted This night this trusty spear which has never failed me yet shall drink the blood of Eber These hands hall wring from him the last taint asp of his dying breath These eye 3f shall gloat over the fall of the one man In all the earth who has dared to defy my will and thwart my plans White Nimrod was speaking he paced back and forth like a caged lion waiting for the opportunity to burst the bars that fettered It and leap upon Its helpless victim and the ground fairly trembled under the Impatient tread of the giant frame His fierce looking warriors followed every move of their great leader and marveled at this uncontrolled outburst of passion Never before had they seen him so wrought up and never had they known im to fan of carrying out an avowed urpose All power and wealth and honor from human standpoint were his the earth was subdued before him and yet e was not satisfied There was one he had not conquered there was one purpose which had been foiled The man Eber would not swerve a hairs breadth from his allegiance to is God or from following what he called the revelation of God to him As a prophet of the Lord he had ared to cry out against NImrods god and fierce rule and had prophesied his destruction And now had come the latest offense that of declar- Ing a division of the earth according to a revelation from God and which was in entire contravention of NIm rods plans and such was the influence of Eber over a large part of the people that powerful as he Nimrod was he could not overcome It Time and time again had Nlmrod planned Ebers destruction and as often had the latter miraculously es caped him His secret messengers sent to take him had always nut fered the humiliation and disappoint ment of having their quarry sUp through their grasp On one occasion they had entered the house where Eber was stopping and were binding the prophet with fetters to bear him back to their chief when some unseen power palsied their arms and sundered the fetters and they had helplessly watched the prophet depart and dis appear This incident had increased the Influence of Eber and had intenslit fled Nimrods hatred and him It was not long after thIs that Eber had received the revelation from God In reference to the division of the land among the people of the earth and that Nlmrod should not much longer oppress the earth When Nlm rOIl heard thereof he was mad with rage and resolved that he himself would pursue Eber even to the ends of t DONT WANT CANTEEN Morals and Health of the Men of NavyJLre Better Without the Grog Dr Ross medical director of the United States navy says that the morals and health of the navy have been improved by the elimination of grog and he is confident that the abolition of the canteen will work in the aame way for our army A companion testimony to this Is the scene when Capt YatEaslilroj of Japan drank to fo of 1 Jthatby the banks of the Euphrates NSm sid is hot on the trail He has begun the hunt of his life He will have the blood of Eber No prey has ever es caped his relentless tireless pursuit No obstacles have ever been met which have not been overcome and victory claimed AntI now is he to know de feat Is the great Nimrod the mighty hunter the ruler of kingdoms the con queror of nations to be set at naught Not he- Spies sent out during the night had returned bearing tidings of the where abouts of the prophet and declaring that they were able to lead Nirorod thither They assured their leader that his presence was not known for the only one whom they had met on the Journey had been pierced by their spears and left dying by the roadside Dead men reveal no secrets There would be no difficulty In taking Eber completely by surprise But they had also brought the disconcerting news that the latest orders which NImrod cofcertain tribes to a distant province and the giving of the land to some of his foTheing the latest message of Eber and felt that It was a message from God Hence the sudden burst of rage of Nlm rod and his fierce avowal Which fairly siPlansrapIdJyIn the hamlet towards which they were journeying Eber all unconscious o s Cittingporfully in regard to the latest revelation The conference ended Eber arose to- go And do you not fear the wrath of the mighty Nimrod asked one of tha groupNay why should I when I am in Gods hands quietly replied Eber Gods plans never miscarry His words never fail So saying he bade the friends good by and started along the pathway which led oft in the direction from which Nlmrod and his men were com- Ing Little did he think that every step which he took brought him nearer the clutches of Nlmrod Little did the friends whom he had just left behind realize the peril into which ho was plunging Onward moves the prophet and nearer and nearer draw Nlmrod and his men Were It not for the heavy foliage on either hand and the wind- Ing pathway they would be in full view of each other now The sound of the approaching footsteps catches toIFollowing the direction of the sound he plunged eagerly into the dense everIiand ready to help There on the ground before him he saw by the dim light which crept in an uncertain and flickering way through the interlacing of the thick foliage the form of a man Stooping over him and being absorbed completely In the task of reviving the man if possible he dlnot note the passage of footsteps along the pathway He could detect no heartbeats The man wag dead It must have been his last expiring moan which he had beard He opened his garments and found the cruel wounds made by the spears Murder had been done bethought by robbers and he would hurry back to the village and summon helpAh had the dead man only been able to speak how he might have warned hlm But all unconscious of danger Eber hurried back In the direction tromcome and had not the eagerness of the band of men to capture the quarry themIWouldIhave overtaken them As he drew near the village an unusual commotion smote on his ear There were shouts and curses groans and moans and just as he reached the scene there was a terrible crash and part of the rude brick building fell crushing those within What did it all mean Lying about on the ground ho noticed several Inert forms and bend- Ing over the one nearest to him he dis covered it was one of the friends to whom he had such a short time before said his farewells As he turned him over and raised his head the wounded man opened his eyes An amazed and startled look sprang to his face and he gasped between the paroxysms of pain In the Lords name Eber where did you come from Then as he realized lila friends danger he cried Flee Eber flee Nimrod and hrs men have come to take you They will kill you Leave me and escape But with a sublime composure and perfect trust Eber replied My place is with those in need and here I stay ButhowcamethistopasslisAnd while friend with his dying breath rehearsed the story of how a short time after Eber had departed Nimrod and his men had conic to the house and being enraged at the statement that Eber had gone and doubting Its truth they had searched the premises and not finding him they had fallen upon them and pierced them with many wounds Then beside himself wit rage Nimrod with his men had again entered the house believing that in some secret recess Eber lay hid In the frenzy of the search the powerful Nlm rod ripped and tore the building apart and with a tremendous crash the walla had given way and crushed those within under the ruins Thus ended the life of Nlmrod while Eber miraculously preserved through many a danger Jived long and saw the family line established in Abraham and rejoiced in the call tothe father the Hebrew race and knew that in Abraham all the nations of the earth were Lotte blessed Rot a Good Comparison Hes a regular fish for drinking Well I never saw a fish that took nothing but whisky straight Cleve land Plain Dealer the success of the five men of the Asama in their heroic attempt to close the harbor of Port Arthur He fined with water the silver bowl given him by the crown prince and said I give you wine to take with you not to be drunk for the stimulation of your courage but solely for use in case of wounds or Injuries Remember you represent the Asama and do not for get that it would be a disgrace to have AsamaflskedOf liquor 0 eI Il I tj t 1 l tj k w APS ME WHEN Russian Loss Said to Be 90000 and Japanese 41222 Trophies Captured Two Ensigns 60 Guns 60000 Rifles 150 Ammunition Wagons 1000 Army Wagons and 2000 Shells London March 11The St Petersburg correspondent of the Times says a dispatch reached Tsarskoe Selo Fri day night from Kuropatkln which said I am surrounded Toklo March 11The Japanese tr Mukden F spridaysians heavy guns and many field guns have been captured The Russians seem to be moving toward Fashun with the object of retiring northoWashington March 13rhe Japanese legation has received the following cablegram from tho foreign office at okio The armies on the Shakhe quarter reported up to Sunday morning the llowing approximate figures which are still increasing Prisoners over 40000 including J taj Gen Makhlmoff Russian corpses on the field 26500 Other Russian Casualties 90000 Trophies two en gns 60 guns 60000 rifles 150 am unition wagons 1000 army wagonsa 200000 shells 25000000 shots for rl fles 74000 bushels of grain materials for light railroad for 46 miles 300 wagons for light road 2000 horses 23 carts full of maps 1000 Chi eso carts full of clothing 1000000 ortions of bread 150000000 pounds f fuel 223000 bushels of horse allowances and 125000 pounds of haysThe report from the Sinking quarter has not yet been received Report received In the afternoon of tho llth of March Our various detachments hotly pursuing enemy from all directions and inflicting considerable damagoh upon him everywhere on the afternoon of the 10th of March tho iline extending 13 miles to the north ot Hunho and are still continuing pursuit on the llth of March Our detachment which proceeded northward on the morning of the 11th of March from the neighborhood of Puho met a large column of the enemy retreating northwards and after handtohand fighting we enveloped the column which finally surrendered Near Mukden we are now engaged in clearing remnants of the routed en roislstancerender Tokio March 13The Japanese pursuit of the Russian armies contin ues and a resumption of heavy fight- Ing in the vicinity of Tie Pass is anticipated St Petersburg March 13Tho im mediate answer of the Russian gov crnmefit to the defeat at Mukden is the announcement that a new army will be raised and the forces in tho far east reorganized that Vice Adm Rojestvensky will be ordarea to sail on and try conclusions with Togo and that the war will bo prosecuted to tho bitter end WAS ADJUDGED GUILTY Mrs Chadwick Convicted of Conupirf acy Against the United Cleveland 0 March 13Mrs Cas sie L Chadwick was convicted of con piracy against the United States The Jury required only brief deliberation to find her guilty on all of tho seven counts of the Indictment on which she was tried The verdict makes possible a maximum penalty of 14 years at hard labor In the peniten tiary and a fine of 70000 in addition o the imprisonment The conviction of the ruined queen of finance was a sensational and hys terical conclusion to a trial that has been replete with tragedy and absorb ing dramatic interest Sirs Chadwick collopsed completely- In speaking of the verdict of the jury In the trial of his client Mrs Chadwick J P Dawley her senior counsel said that the verdict was not according to the terms of the Indictment and that the case would be taken to the court of appeals at Clncln nail as soon as posslbe The President Signed Many Measures Washington March 13 During the session of the late congress President Roosevelt signed 1842 measures passed by the senate and house of repre sentatives Of the measures enacted atj he last session 33 were public bills Including IlrIIvateone was a Leased a Palace St Petersburg March 13George Von L Meyer has leased the famous blsresldenceIdUrlng an ruc jture near the French and other em hassles Free Lunch With Religion Bloomington III March 13To draw the men to the prayer meeting has been a problem before the congre gation of the First Methodist church of this city for a long time Hereaft er a free lunch will be served between the hours of 630 and 715 oclock A Lobster Combine Rockland Me March 13 Promot ers of a lobster combine which plans to control the Industry in Maine and maritime provinces say that the coin bination will soon be completely organized Car and Machine Works Burned Connellsvllle Pa March 13Flro completely destroyed the big plant of the Connellsville Car and Machine Co Insurrwatchman Is supposed to have burned o death First Woman Inmate Colorado Springs Col March 13 Mrs Nellie V Wilson a member of the Washington D C union has been admitted by the board of trustees to the International Typographic union home fa this city In An Incubator New York March 13A baby weighing only one pound and a quarter and no larger than the average mans hand Is in an incubator in Belle- vue hospital It is a boy born Thurs day morning to Mrs Mary Callahan wife of John Callahan Morgan Buys a Costly Jug London March 3When Pierpont Morgan arrives in London he will find an addition to his artistic treasures It Epurctrecord price of 25000 t ofI Ik r 0 EopeDont be born ouknowNo replied the pessimist and if I vouldbaePresumptuousPompus ordered miss a mealtuestetlChicago TribuneS Necessary flAtteryMisswa s tell the truthou know and be polite Detroit Free Press 5 Fnunil nt Iont Alston Mich March 13th Special fromRhecmUismenlling a fortune in doctors and medi nes that brought him no relief Mr James Culct of this tdaco has found a cniniilctft cure for all his aches pains and w PillsNaturally elated t toheRheumatismand I feel like a new man Dodds Kid Ispentone remed and another I cheerfully recomniend1otlils Kidney to any one suffering from Rheumatism or Kid nev Trouble sickkidlfestilteumatismoutrPills always cure Rheumatism It ii encouraging to read prophecies of dontbelieeS SCREAMED AT NIGHT JIaby Scratched Until Face Was flaw- anti IlieedlnKKcsema Cured bjr Catlcnra For ever two years my little baby girl- uffered with a raw itching and painful ezema on her hcau and face the pain causing her to scream day and night and my fe could get no rest We tried ncr eral doctors but without success Unless ive kept her bauds tied she would scratch cakedherlicatinOrchardrmmAustralia It begins to look as though a person orocrtojtfocaronl Wheat Salzeri slniin of this Wheat is the kind deImenlllt scorch finestVtNebIanilsCatalogtella 1090rUST FMIII0c AND ThIS NOTICE CrosseWinof this Wheat and other farm seeds to tether with their great catalog worth 10000 to any wideawake K L freightheS Special Excursions to Southwest Feb Tend 21 March 7 and 21 J005 via Kansas City Southern Railway LakeCharles1exand all other points on K C S liv prhrgeing and return trip ofFuilillmetito Hy or for further information re garding these excursions write to S O flyKansasVanity is egotism wrong side out Chicago Daily News- Overworked People Rheuma1amtakePushceksKuroIxsst medicine today these diseases also for Debility Insomnia and Stomnrh troubles Insist upon oh1r tiniggist always leeping Pushecks- uro on hand A foul things all othef men ire foolihChicago Daily New Bears ml Signature s LNTHLWORLD eARu TIAPe koER eAstus IIM1MWu WAWIUTh 0WtM1UUUI- ttaaRMm kMfl usITOWSI I In of sadAgrIculturalMIssIssippivalley tenyesesulation Splendid business doebledInunprevcdentedSkllM iiiiilally Farm TtMRhF- artleiwlth capittiseekin tlanity purchase n farm home yranibefotepurchasingshould a postal card to P PssseugerAgeutDubuque4wa onetrnlne stove described and specific nec a qbP 1f 9 Sawdust it now used by some Ftru restaurants as a for cutlets in stead of breadcrumbs costs only 33 cents a sack and time cutlets taste 30 cents Boston Globe To Cure a Cold One flay Take Laxative Bromo QuinlnoTablcts All druggists refund themoney if It falls to cure R W Groves signature is on each box 25c The boast of beingjust as good as is frequently a suspicious as a confession of inferiorityluck PiaosCure cannot be luihlyspokenof as a cough cure J OBrien AveN Minneapolis Minis Jan 0 1900 course diamonds vulgar if you havent anyN Y Times ITS MERIT IS PROVED RECORD OF MEAT MEDICINE Ti A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Tells How Lydia E Plnkhama Vegetable Compound Completely Cured Her The great good Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is doing among the women America is attracting the attention many our leading scientists and thinking people genes ally The following letter is only one many thousands which are on file the Pinkham office and to prove beyond question that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound be a remedy great merit otherwise itcould not produce such marvelous re suits among sick and ailing women Dear Mr Pinkham About nine month ago I a suf doctorfaIledhams Vegetable Compound and within a short time felt better and taking five bottles of it I was cured I therefore heartily recommend your Compound as a splendid uterine tonic It makes the monthly periods regular and without pain and what a blessing it is to find such a remedy after so many doctors fall to help you I pleased to recommend it to all suffering women Mrs Sara Wilson 31 Street Cincin nati Ohio I you have suppressed or painful rJachflooding nervous prostration dizzi ness faintness dontcare and wanttobeleftalone feeling ex citability backache or the these sure indications female weak 4 ness some derangement the uterus or ovarian trouble such cases there s is one anti true remedyLydia fE Pinkham Compound Yor Infanti and Chilirea 41c1Y a The Kied Yo Have Always Bowkt TMt ctriTAun f Muauy TKrrmwToiiii cm FreeBokwill seat free postpaid mpon revmest ThiS book Is ot a hundred pares handsomely Illus tinted throughout tells ot on experience of over thirty years In treatment of CrosHtd SIal DfrmItle Infentil Paralysis IlslaesN Bsf TSi Ubs and JoIntsgtcit tell ci the only thoroaithlj equipped haoluriumln country deTOtw scluiUely to the treat meat of these conditions how they may be curd wlthoi t surgical operations parts or otherseydre treatment Send for boos and If directly Interested mention characttr cf Affliction peelai ittrature bearthgoo sntmectwUi be with thebook 3102 PtaSt LaLs THESbLSTWATCRPROOF CONDITIINSANDPOSSIBILITIEL no put the United SUttshas there been blocks have been Ny Lihtrirs WtrkmM ud small anoppor to farmers who address flr the territory five to inquiries It must like in by world too W 322 Third Of are 1 of of of cf in pro must was 4vereentirely am 3d If are of of In tried DEFII IBES ANDPARALYSIS tbt anti the St this and pluter Still the and iiflt The LaViCLIlUWttIV5Vtts tttiaiulI IOOOOPI ifforJ6c- Hot nrdensand farms a r plantd4o seat than any nthr in Paarta reason for tutWi own oTerAOfl ICTM for pro doctlon ot oar warranted seeds tIn ordtr to Indue J m u try them e ntk tb following Bop eedente4o5er F 1WVa PefaMioeONietjIs4Latesbs it Ioci i ass CaUy w sos smssu lain RtoeSbindekSU 1000 Kara bnttau UrftekM r 0 rln BrtBlul ftewe- nAbonimnI p cktr conUln raO Cltnt seed to crow planti fnt lalftilaz bnihela of brilliant t5weraad l4g and tetaoC chice leatatof te5bogsiiSbOUtflOWTI I 8m iYnlti te all for A m atampi bnd thIs notice i4Opse catalog alto 1t iKLASAUIR SEll CS 1 flJaz La CroaBOWIs EXCURSiONS TO THE FREE GRANT LANDS f WESTERN CANADA During the months of March and April there will be Excursions on the various lines of rail way to the Canadian West hundreds of thousands of the best Wheat and Grating Lands on the Continent free to the settler Adjoining lands may be purchased from rail way and land companies at reasonable prc a For informatloa as tproute cost of Iraiispnrta Ijon etc apply to Si fERISTENDUNT OKIKMI ORAIIOX Ottawa Canada or to HlKWiulAMS Law Bldg Toledj Ohio Ambo rliea CanaAiao Government Agtnt v h Ct3c I c vHVWS t i y i t NERYOUSHEkDACHE f 1CAEEED A YOUNG WOMANS HAP 1 PINESS FOR SEVEN YEARS s Interfered With Her Social utlps and Threatened to Cnuno Her Hellre- mcnt How She VTna Cured i k Every sufferer from nervous headache knows how completely it unfits ono for it the duties and pleasures of life Any 3 little excitement or overexertion or ire a regnlarhybrthgsfton Sometimes the tV ipaih is over the whole bead Again it Is like a nail driven into tho brain or a 1 Wedge splitting it OQRH or a baud tight cuing about it At one time it is llin Jhe top of the bend at Another it is nit 1 I the base of the sluill Most headaches can Iw traced to some faulty state of the blolWholl the j Mood is scanty or charged with poison nnd the nerves arc imperfect ly nourished the digestion weak one of the comtll results is frequent and severe 4and important thing is 10 get rid of the- o diseased condition of tho blood that I causes tile attack by the use of n rem elydthat will do tim work quickly 1 thoroughly What is that remedy 31oaexperience of Miss Ellen McKuuua t t4 nishes the answer Sho AAYRSt For moro than seven years I was n t I gTCatsUffererfrUfltUCrYOflSilCAlflChOfltIdf 4 I became so restless that I could not k still any length of time Dizziness 1and my work greatly At first nttacks were not so severe but hey grow more violent and finally i becanieeo acute that Twns ontho point M relinquishing my membership in tIle different organizations to which I boo longed b IlWhtvrdyou from that necessity thing the call of a Jmemberof ono of tho clnbswuo strongly 1advised mo totry Dr Williams Piuk Pills i 7 before giviugnp Iacted on her sugges 4 tion at once and after steadily using this t great blood nud nerve remedy for two 4 months my headaches and my dizzil 1 disappearedMiss of the I Associated Ladies Guild and resides at Ko 48 Wait street Roxburyi Mass Dr v m s Pink Pills have cured many of similar eases nUll can be JWiUil recommended to drive nilgfrom theblood and to give to tho nerves Every druggist keeps them t Her Parting Sbot Lady Agent Cant Isell you some of beautiful cosmetic article l Mrs De Tone Xo you cannot I never ts I painUsacnearth dont you Cleveland Loadrtr Completing the Quotation e Johnny Paw whats the rest of that quotation beginning Truth is mightyc Fatherercc I rcckonrittsburgbS Odtj f- d tfiera alcoholaS SJL r The oyster famine at Baltimore offset prenilinrialTribune caof SuccessI4 with PnshecksKuro is t 110 other medicine can do It affect thedIJM rand triothe stomach the blood heilenesthat controls anti regulates ine whole body anda s f every organ every function It corrects the digestion anti I Insiniilition of food that s up th- ey11e pn lit thcJJood rrecUregnUies and strengthen the erves This explains why one medicine r erawncatlyi cures Rheumatism Pain WeskBesNervuatDebility Catarrh In a diseaaeeandalIltlood suit a t ene troubke Theprice of IhishecV Curbi IOO can be had at yourt PSkI drafewts or direct from Dr C Chicago Write for illustrated booklet a The e init much difference between a trust and at monopoly When a girl feeU that she can trust a fellow she wants a monopoly on him Philadelphia Record FOR CONSIDERATION 4 BY THE THOUGHTFUL t4Va 7 t Jiw A Tribute to Weather Conditions in Western CanadaI During the early portion of February of this year the Ilddle and Western States suffered severely with the in 0tensecold and winters storms TrainsIt were delayed cattle suffered was much general hardship While 5t this was the pasei throughout Western Canada now attracting so much atten ton the weather was perfect t One correspondent writes We are enjoying most beautiful weather the gentlemen are going to church without 1 top coats while the ladles require noI 1 heavier outer clothing than that at forded by light Jackets In contrast with this It is Interesting to read in a I Bt Paul paper of February 13 the fol lowing In double headlines and large boldfaced type 4u Warm Wave Near Arctic Zone f Calgary Much Warmer Than SL 1 Paul Balmy Breezes are Blowing In e Northwestern Canada while people are freezing to death In Texas and other StatesCt Freezing in Texas dC r 24IOBC Joseph y 16 FortWorthTex AZero Burlington 7ip jioorhead tIt Duluth Havre Mont 18 WUhlstonND 18 I f l Wiles pity Jiont7 V MedJdhe 4t Hat Can il2eroS 24EctIl1ntoDCanteadville Cot 32 Curing the month of January of this v year the number of settlers who went S4I to Canada was greater than any prevl si ousi January The movement north ward ls Increasing wonderfully 4 a The vacant lands of Western Canada I are rapidly filling with an excellent 5t class of people The Government Agents located atdifferent points In th ti settlersrate i t duringthie pleased to give intending settlereimy desired Information jSICIHEADACHE ciI t V- t1 t1 14 i kR I1t f t tif A r iI i i5r p t f4Jfir if5lc jJJ 0i i r1J1a w frt i l r r tllJr t Jv ift1yeIvebIUese little PUb They sieoreYO DIIt tniDIiJlgeeUoaaad Too Hearty hung A peiIect nIB JlorDb11ae81 I Drammees B4 Taste tm tin HoBtt Ooftted Ia1lllOKPIJ on S tfa 1MpILIMAaNEP E I MlistBeltI JtREriE lUISTITUTM r p i I 1if JIj t k jIl t oitJi JSp j i 5t tj I 0 j i I ynI T NEWS FROM ALLI OVER THE WORLD Ii Happenings ofInterest Gathered and Condensed for thee Busy Reader PROGRESS OF WAR IN FAR EASTfi Interesting Information From the CapCI ital of the Nation With a Selecttion of Foreign NotesCasuaalties and Crimes RUSSOJAPANESE WAR ITEMS Acordlng to the Loknl Anzelger Russian war party is seeking to b Induce the czar to go to the front In m Manchuria at the head of a new army f 400000 men That the battle of Mukden will go own In history with Llao Yang in he long list of Russian defeats is the universal belief in pessimist t Petersburg which has forgotten d he meaning of the word vctory A general who has just returned rom the front says that Gen Kuropat ins faults ns Commanderinchief are due to his bureaucratic training nail his desire to keep all the reins in his own hands The Russian council of war has ex onerated Gen Stoessel for the aban donment of Port Arthur It has been decided at St Peters urg to recall Gen Kigopttkin- MISCELLANEOUS At Cedar Rapids In the plant of ihe American Cereal Co the largest of HR kind In tho world was destroy ed by lire with the exception of a- mall group of storage and packing The loss is estimated at 500000 Two lives were lost Chairman Burton In an address fa ored making the Ohio river naviga t ble at all seasonsfA M Palmer the theatrical manna er who was stricken with apoplexy died In a New York hospital t The president made these nomina ions to the senate C H Treat New York treasurer of the United States BucceedpR Ellis H Roberts Charles W Anderson colored New York in- emnal revenue collector at New York succeeding Mr Treat Alston G Day on federal judge for the Northern district of West Virginia succeeding Judge Jackson resigned Seven men were killed in tho Clear pring Coal Co at West Pittston Pa n y the breaking of a hoisting cable men and carriage fell to the bot orn 300 feet An effort is being made by tho Col orado legislature to seat Lieut Gov esse A McDonald as governor A large number of Japanese and Chinese spies have been captured re cently within the Russian lines Gen Booth of the Salvation army s in Jerusalem He intends to hold series of meetings The porto has the local authorities to pro hibit Turkish subjects from attending these meetings President Roosevelt has ed ttfheDnf IhldT attorney for the Northern district uif Georgia to former Representative F t C Tate of Georgia Mr Tate is a democrat Initial steps which may result In he erection in Washington of a large auditorium for the holding ofcnven ions future Inauguration balls and other large gatherings were taken at a joint meeting of persons appointed by the inaugural committee the board of trade and the Business Mens asso ciationThe board of managers of the Franklin fund an accumulation of money left the city of Boston under Benjamin Franklins will voted to notify and reorganize the establish ment In that city of a Franklin union CooperImen school of New York Is deemed advisableThe at the Republic Iron and Steel mills at East Chicago has been settled and 1500 men went back to work The men were defeated Charges of scandal are made In the affairs of the St Louis Exposition Co They concern the granting of awards and also the salvage contracts by which certain of the great exposition buildings are to be removed An army of 300 peasants from the Orlovka district is advancing south easterly Burning and looting of estates is in progress Eighteen estates have already been sacked Senator William Brimage Bate 79 of Tennessee died at the Ebbltt house In Washington city of pneu iqonla which resulted In heart fail ure His wife was at his bedside throughout his illness Statistics show that the deaths from bubonic plague in India within a few years reach nearly three millions In 1903 the mortality jn India from the plague alone was 850000 The Missouri senate passed a bill paklngall pipe lines constructed or to be constructed In the state for thiS purpose of carrying oil common riers and placing them under the rection of the railroad commissioners The Porto Rican legislature has adopted the coat of arms used under the Spanish regime replacing the one adopted by the first legislature under American civil government An explosion of Illuminating gas in the cellar of the Mormon meeting house at Granger Utah caused the death of Nellie Mackey and seriously injured 26 other persons Frederick E Rlttman of Cleveland O auditor for the war department has tendered to the president his ret ignation to take effect May 1 B F Harper of Fort Wayne Ind will b e appointed to flit the vacancy Sir Liang Tung Chang the Chinese ministers called on the president and presented to him the felicitations of the Chinese emperor Aipon his inau guration as president of the United States TChd Interstate commerce commis f sin will meet in April for extensive hearings on the railroad rate que tion John Reagan Texas grand old man last surviVTof the confederate cabl net orgwMer of the Texas railway commission and exsenator tile peacefullyat bin home In Palestine Tex White making a backward dive from the ton of the 120 foot tower at Coney Island New York Mile Adeline An tonio received Injuries which if is ared will prove fatal Former United States Senator Frank J Cannon has been dlsfellow from the Mormon church for Unchrlstlanlllte conduct and anos It I I j t l 1fco Jst supreme court of Connecticut Itoe down a decision In the Phllo will caso in which William M Biyan has figured ns a possible tiritpclnry to the extent of 50000 The decision Is against Bryan tI Col H Progonlbltsky governor of the province of Kutais has been tho object of an attempted nsslnatlon by two men at SuUhum The wouldbo or murderers fired six shots at the gov rnor but he was not struckYCommissioner Gnrflcld of the bu for reau of corporations was In Nowa ork and met tho legal representa ves of the Standard Oil Co prior toth beginning an investigation of the- ompanys methodsri Ittote bill prohibiting railroads fromoworking their trainmen more 16tj consecutive hours without eight hours rest The Missouri senate has passed the law The leeasurothe house The breeders law was enS acted in 1897 and provides that betn ting should be allowed at race tracks Count Dcnckendorff tho Russian ambassador to Great Britain pail p 325000 to Foreign Secretary Lana owno in settlement of time North Sea claims and tho Incident was thus British government through Us a minister in Nicaragua Is negotiating wo important treaties with Nlcara gun One of them Is n commercial treaty having In view Increased trade c relations between the two countries Mrs Sallle Mi Hanna who confess ed to poisoning six persons at Lyncha burg Va last month waived trial by Jury and was sentenced to five years at hard labor In the state prisoncAdvices from Somaliland state that 9000 Somalis attacked Merkah an East African seaport having a popup lation of 3000 antI killed all h habitants An explosion In the center of the city at St Petersburg at Vosnecensky prospect and Bolchoiamorskalr facingt the Isaac cathedral blew out enor of an apartment house killing our men and four women Gov Folk has signed tho breeders law repeal bill This measure kills ho existing statuto which prohibited bookmaklng and poolsclllng except at race tracks in Missouri The Kansas Oil Producers association requested President Roosevelt to como to thelrald in their fight against the railroads The total debt of Santo Domingo Is placed at 24643387 Judge Wheeler In the United Statesg circuit court of appeals New handed down an opinion which If fi ally sustained by the United Statest circuit court of appeals will United States government 5000000 to refund duties paid by the American Sugar Refining CoJAn alleged drug trust which it Is asserted controls 400000000 worth of is atndlanapollsJMrs Nancy Kelly the oldest white woman in Maryland Is dead at the age of 107 years Her oldest living son is 72 and her youngest daughter Is G3 There were 68 indictments in conI nection with alleged land frauds InI Oregon Among the indicted are one UaUril taacnaLnr wacengrcs men eTgli attorneys one state and swoUnited States attorney nnd his depI uty aq exsurveyor general and depr uty and several deputy surveyors exI examiners of survey exspecial agents one United States commissioner andI two excommissioners and a number of land and timber dealers and home steaders New Yorks transit facilities were almost paralyzed when 6000 employes of the Interborough Rapid Transit Co went out on strike on the It roads and subway There was a collision InI which 29 persons were InjuredIThe most Interesting development In the subway and elevated railway strike situation in New York was the stand taken by som of the national labor leaders in repudiating the ac tion of the local leaders who ordered and are conducting the strike Some 3000 Interborough motormen New York applied for reinstatement but not more than 2000 were accepted tho officials claiming to be satisfied with the men who had enabled tom to break the strike Business failures in the United States for the week number 190 against 20C last week 200 in the like week in 1904 and 176 In 1903 In Canada failures for the week number 40 as against 22 the week before According to the rop report Issued by the agricultural department the percentage of wheat remaining in farmers hands is 201 or 111000000 bush of corn 387 per cent or 954 000000 and oats 388 per cent or 347000000 bush Judge Booth M Malone at Denver sentenced Peter Miller and Michael Doud found guilty of stealing 318 bal lots at the election In November last and substituting others for them to serve from three to five years each in the state penitentiary The Missouri senate passed the bill appropriating 30000 for the MissourI state exhibition at the Clark centennial exposition at Portland Ore Rev Dr Dean Richmond Babbitt rector of the Church of the Epiphany of Brooklyn N Y and president of the commission on the race problem In an address advocated the voluntary exodus from the south of negroes The secretary of state has designat ed Gaillard Hunt chief of the passe port bureau to be a member commission to investigate the subject of the naturalization of aliens Tho officers and cavalrymen of the American army are to have sharpened swords hereafter if they want them Heretofore the accepted type of mall tary swqrd has been rather blunt Quartermaster General Humphrey has arranged for the transportation of the battalion of Philippine scouts now In this country back to the Philippine IslandsAs recognition for his services for flagging a Baltimore Oho inaugu ral train and preventing a terrible catastrophe Thomas Bath a coal digs gqr of Shaner Pa will receive a med al of Honor from the government James B Reynolds took the oath of office and entered on his duties as as sistant secretary of tho treasury sued ceeding Robert E Armstrong re signed A quadruple murder was committed at Whltely Ark the victims being the wife and three children of James Incc a farmer Ince is suspected of tho crime and Is in Jail Iu the great court of the pension of fico building resplendent In the deco rations and illuminative features that made the inaugural ball so conspicu ous a success the grand inaugural concert was given v r I l r Sixtyseven ticket brokers In Chicago are charged by officers of the C St P Railway Co with havingtl formed a trust for mutual protectiont and promotion of the sale cketsbCambrian colliery at Clydach Vale In Rhondda valley It Is feared that 20 30 miners have been killeduThe will of William P Melton Newo ork and Pittsfield Mass was filed probate A remainder of the es te valued at 1000000 is held in trust for his widow on whose death e bequest goes to Harvard college To avoid an execution on St PattJ cks day when William Rudolph of Detective Charles Schu acher was to be hanged Gov Folkt Missouri has granted a respite of days Although the coroners Jury at lion olulu concluded that Mrs Jano Stan ford was tho victim of a murder the gal representatives of the estate at an Francisco are yet unprepared toIthis Judgment as final Train No3 on the Buffalo Rochester Plttsburg railroad ran into an pen switch near Butler Pa Engineer Edward J Wilkes of Dubois Pa was killed Nine passengers were InjuredI some seriously Secretary of War William H Taft nd Dr William Osler of the Johnn Hopkins university were guests of honor at an elaborate dinner given by William A Marburg at the Maryland hit Baltimore The Japanese government Is said to- ohave a complaint In London figainststeamers to UmslaISo addicted have the Berliners bo ome to the American game of poker that the police have decided to step In Everywhere you go now the rattle of oker chips Is heard and many people ave ben driven to commit criminal acts to recover their gambling lossesI It Is reported that In the event oi he ratification of the Santo Dr J H Hollander of DaltlI more will he appointed by the president as head of the commission which will have charge of the custom houses of the Island The bureau of supplies and accounts nay department will open bids April 12 for 150000 pounds of tobacco Thomas J Ryan is to be continued as assistant secretary of the Interior He has held this office nearly eight years Secretary Hay and the minister from Uruguay signed an extradition treaty etween the United States and Ure uay Buffalo Blr sailed for Europe on he steamship St Paul to be gone years Ho was accompanied to the steamship by his soninlaw anti daughter Ltait Charles Statt U S and Mrs Statt After Evangelist William A SundayS preached a sermon on Impure ments at the tabernacle Dixon Ill hundreds of persons went forward and publicly renounced dances and progres sive card games Society women have also announced their Intention of for taking dec nete costumes The bill compelling all gambling to conducted on the second floor has rcpaalrd by the Nevada legisla ture The measure practically make Nevada a sfate where gambling canl iJc caTrrle7fToM hharTHaW eltKr BTT nI- treet or In the house so long as th pays the license Dowager Empress Marie Feod r ivna Russia will oaieai SfT IVtSrs burg far Denmark at the urgent re quest of Kins Christian her father Hon Caleb Ruse 75 died suddenly at his home In Highland N yfol lowing surgical operation Col Huse was for many years an Instructor at West Point military academy Limit D H Jarvis of the revenue cutter rervice and by special act o congrc RI collector of customs for tbe district of Alaska has tendered to the president his resignation as collector A formidable insurrectionary movement aimed against the Castro regime In Venezuela has been uncovered In Philadelphia by agents of the Venezue Ian government Baron P Von Muegge a native of Germany but more recently of Nil waukee has arrived in St Louis to seek appointment on the police force to fill the requirements of his mothers will Medical Director George A Bright W United States navy retired die in Washington At tho time of his re tirement three years ago Mr Brigh- bad charge of the naval hospital a Washlnglon At Denver Col mad with rage be cause of his defeat In a lawsuit with K Fill Ceo Schustle shot and killed him and his wife fired the house an It Is feared the young son was en mated Schistler then barricaded him self in his house and defied the police and wounded three of them Later he was shot and killed by the officers A school or at least a special room for child wives may be established by the Chicago board of education as a result of investigations completed by the compulsory education department The Prairie Oil and Gas Co the Kansas branch of the Standard Oil Co issued an order to the effect that hereafter no Kansas oil testing below 30 degrees gravity will bo bought by the company Capt Seth Bullock and his company of cowboys whose picturesque appear ance was a feature of the inaugural parade were given a reception by the president With Japanese flags flying a ban of Chinese bandits beheaded tw young Russians who were alleged to be spies at Slngmintin The first one executed was evidently an officer Judge Charles F Gallenkamp sun r veyor of customs at St Louis at nounces that the United States treas ury department will realize over 400 000 net receipts from duties paid on foreign exhibits at the Worlds fair The court of appeals of the District of Columble decided that a Porto Ri can in this country the necessary qualifications as to citizenship to make him eligible for employment in the government service An attempt was made to assassin ate M Marchasson and M Manilas directors of the Email factory War saw Instead of being chloroformed In accordance with the Osier theory Bernard Meyerhoff aged 66 stepped in front of an N W engine and permitted himself to be killed at Co lumbus Fraudulent mortgages by means f which the estate of the late Andrew P Green New York was robbed of many thousands of dollars have been discovered Rev F J Hlllig professor of a tronomy at St Johns college Tol d 0 discovered a large sunspot or what Is really a group of spots in the a p ner left ouadrant of the sun k n i i jVfl Beautiful Thoughts Make yourselves nests of pleasant None of us yet know what palaces we may build of beautiful thoughts proof against all adversity right fancies satisfied memories no lo histories faithful sayings treasure houses of precious and restful thoughts which care cannot disturb nor painI nor poverty take away from houses built without hands for ur souls to live InJohn HusklnI Worth Training For TessI should think shed be alarmed shes getting so thin Jess Why sItes delighted she was fraid she couldnt do It Do what Train down You see a rich rela ive of hers tIled last month and be queathed to her a sealskin coat that was several sizes too small for her Philadelphia Iress Very Cautious The modern highwayman approached n an automobile ran down the citizen and then demanded his watch You are taking advantage of me protested the citizen Not at all assured the highwayman I want your watch to time my machine o I will not be arrested for fast driving Chicago Dally News Unsafe Royal Yacht Too British royal yacht Victoria and Albert has been defective in stability from thefirst The story In the navy s that the computer In making his cal culations Inadvertently added the date n the paper 1897 into a column of gures the mistake not being discov till the yacht was wobbling in thp water Splendid Eloquence When you find a person a little better than his word a little more liberal than his promise a little more than borne out In his statements by facts a little larger in deed than in speech you recognize- a kind of eloquence In that persons ut terance not laid down in Blair or Camp bell Holmes WordIChollySo Miss Tartun loosened up and said a good word about me did IArchieYes she said that when one got better acquainted with you one found you were not half as big a fool as you appeared to be Chicago Trib une Horses for Japan A dealer of Missouri signed a con tract at Seattle the other day with Japanese officials agreeing to deliver 100000 horses for the Japanese army The Northern Pacific lwill transport them to Seattle and care for them there Scholarships for Chinese Chong the viceroy of the Chinese provic to of Chill has endowed the Uni versity of California with five scholar snips for Chinese students towhom em ployment tinder the Celcstlaf govern meat is promised when they have gradu ated t Positively Brutal Mrs Gabbles I have resolved never to say another word against our neigh borsCabbIesI suppose that means thpre la absoluTely Sninp moreTobe said Chicago Dally News A Distinction Ir sfniplcTEUepHerd Is an article Why do not men marry I thought they did His WlteNolt is the women who marry A very different matterBos ton Globe Burning Hairpins An Irishman returning to his villager from a first visit to Dublin where the electric lights much impressed him re marked It do beat me how they make a hairpin burn in a bottle British In Britain The British empire outside the United Kingdom only contains some 8500000 of people of British descent that is to say only one in 40 of Its total population Sure Thing When you see aman give up his seat in a street car to a lady these days you can bet to the limit that he is going to Iiget out at the next corner Chicago Sun tNot If He Is a Colonel It is hardly appropriate that a Ken tucky engineer should superintend construction of a drydock Louisville Post Monksi have sold their buildings and land and like most of the persecuted French orders have gone to Italy- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 11 CATTLE Common 2 65 3 75 Heavy steers 4 85 525 CALVESExtra 75 3 7 00 HOGSCh packers 5 25 5 30 Mixed packers 5 05 5 15 6HEEP Extra 5 50 LAMBS Extra 7 85 8 00 FLOUR Spring pat 6 00 6 3- 5WHEATNo2 red 1 15 1 17 No 3 winter g 1 10 CORNNo 2 mixed 52YJ OATS No 2 mixed 33i RyENo2 84 87 HAY Ch tfmothy 13 25 PORKClear mess 13 95 LARD Steam 75 0 C 80 013UTTERCh dairy 20 creamery 32 APPLES Choice 2 75 3 75- POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 60 TOBACCO New on 5 00 13 00 Old 4 50 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEATNo2 red 1 14 1 17 No3 red 1 05 114ft CORNNo2 mixed 46I OATSNo2 mixed 31 3M ayENo2 78 W 7SS PORKMess 12 50 12 55 IARDSteath 6 80 6 82 3 New York FLOURWin strts 8 50 5 85 WHEAT No 2 red 1 18I CORNNo 2 mixed 58 A OATSNo2 mixed 37V 38i I RYE Western SO PORK Family 14 50 15 00 LARDSteam 7 30- CATTLESteers Baltimore 3 50 4 00 SHEEPNo 1 fat 3 00 3 50 LAMBS Spring 5 00 Ej 6 00 HOGSDressed 6 25 EJ 6 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 18 CORNNo2 mixed 48ft OATSNo 2 Kiixed 34ft PORKMess 11 00 0LARDPure steapi Q 6 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 3 red QJ I 18 CORNNo 2 rolTei 0 45 OATS No 2 mined Q 33 r 1 kY 4j J r t iJ Big Packers Exonerated by Garfleld The report cf Commissioner Garfield- on the methods under which the business I of the socalled beef trust is conducted has been published and a closely jrmtedtbookof over 300 pa e8 is the result examination to which that industry has been subjected The report is very fullJand complete every phase of the 1careexhaustive tables of figures with authen ticated facts and statistical data covering almost every detail of the business After a careful reading of this report it is impossible to arrive at any other con elusion than that for some time past there has been a great deal said andwrit ten about this great industry that has had no foundation in fact It would ap pear that a popular clamor has resulted from newspaper comment and the pas sage of many icsolutions by those who at plainly shown by the report were withI out any definite information This report the result of an inquiry in compliance with a congressional demand upon the secretary of commerce and labor is so complete and detailed that as a whole it will not of course be read by the pubI lic at large but the facts and figures authenticated by government expert cx aminers which it contains show witbI indisputable certainty that the hue and cry raised during the past year against the packers has been at least unreasonable and much of it indeed has been hysterical These officially ascertained facts are a surprise to very many who have been im pressed by the denunciatory language they have read and heard for sonic time past for they now find that instead of the great profits said to be made by western packers the business is being conducted upon a smaller margin of thaum that prevailing in any other industry Commissioner Garfield himself says The year 1902 instead of being one of exorbitant profits as has been commonly supposed was less profitable than usual and this will be remembered as the year when the highest prices ruled and the packers wcre being everywhere accused of extortionate methods Regard lug this very year when the complaints of injustice were the loudest and the most unanimous the commissioner says In fact during the months when the prices of beef were the highest some at of the leading packers were actually losing money on every head of cattle slaughtered for the reason he con tinues it was not possible to advance the prices of beef in full proportion to the great advance in the at that time The report also shows that the public belief that enormous profits are usually characteristic the beef hlsincss is en tirely erroneous as it after full investigation that the maximum nel return on the several investments was two and three tentbs per cent and the mini mum one and eighttenths per crnt The report in much too detailed and extensive to attempt any thorough review but it clearly demonstrates that there has been a great deal of unnecessary alarm on the part of the public as to the meat situation and a good deal of looss denunciation ot packers about whose methods and business there has been lit tle or no real information The conclu sionsof Commissioner Garfieldare nil tho more valuable as the investigation was by no means commenced in anything like a friendly or partial spirit and tJnt it has been and complete is shown when he says All the statistics taken from the books of the companies were checked in the most thorough manner Icattlerurehnce to the time of sale as dressed beef thus obtaining accurate informa tion from original records of costs of actual selling prices andof ultimate prefits In many cases the statements cf cattle purchassl by the companies weie compared with accounts of the commts thiough whom tha cattle were sold The various checks thus em ployed insure the absolute accuracy of the uliuires smal1sbiptInthought to have had in mind their aunt bets as pilgrims merely rather than their numbers as ancestorsPuck Help Yourself with PushecksKuro zIiW cdar1 n ret ponrl1l to thousandS A hundredof the testimonials received have been reproduced in book form and the illustrated booklet will gladly be sent for complaintttdigestion overwork excitement malaria or unhealthy occupation are quickly and ermanently cured PnshecksKuro Ibis remedy ciul be Lad at most drug- giRta for 100 or direct from Dr Fusheck5Chicago Ilk Dr Pusheck offers free and your whole life may be made happy by corresponding with him S There should be no objection to a man smoking cigarettes if is and hap pens to have a grudge against himself licago Sun It Cures While You Walk Allens FootEase is a certain cure for hot sweating callous and swollen aching feet Sold all Druggists Price 25c Dont acceptany substitute Trialpackage FREE Address Allen S Roy N Y S But invention has not yet produced the loselets ball or the um brella Baltimore Sun S A Guaranteed Cure for Files Blind BlecdingorProtnidins Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OiSTiicxT to cure In 6 to 14 days We- S The good die youngiiatbe epitaph of most Nev X II FOR A Certain Cure for Veveribaeu Upatlon Ileodache Worm They Break up Cold rJwYorkCnjJA 8 OLMSTED Io Roy NY In re lid and POSITIVE i y CUKES rirxs UMBnlldlnr Kw York j v 1 Didnt Expect To You may marry a younger man when am gone but you will never get another to dote on you as I hay inc No I expect to 61IlIe dotage Post Equipment for the Rock Island months ago It is indicative of the industrial and commercial prosperity of Rock Island states that even before the receiptof the new equipment it has found necessary to place another beenI der for delivery in the early summer The rolling stock which will be placed in service month includes 20 new pattern cars from the Pullman shops which embody so many comfort contributing devices that they make a distinct advance in day passenger equip menteTen of the cars will be 70foot chair cars furnished with 64 twin reclin ins chairs seating as many people The ears are equipped for by Pintsch and electricity and are fittedL with electric fans for ventilation other ten cars are 70foot vesti buled coaches with seating for 80 The seats are upholstered in maroon plush otherwise the decorations are the same as in the chair cars All the cars have very large double plate glass win dows and are equipped with Pullman standard sixwheel trucks An order is aho in for over 4000 freight cars of various kinds The Rock Island will also receive dur ing March 65 new locomotives ot various kinds including 2 Pacific type passenger 10 Atlantic type passenger 15 freight ana 20 switch engines An additional order for 50 locomotives will be placed in the near future for delivery in the summer This new equipment which is to be- aMed to time time places the Rock Island in the front rank among western railroads in the matter of facilities The foresight mani titus meeting and adequately traffic is progTC5ll e policy of the tock Island managemen- tS drink in this landscape one should be supplied with field phi a 21 of a the is now usfed in millions of Such popular sucoe speaks for itself It is a positive proot dint LION COFFEE has tho ol the The uniform quality of COFFEE LION keeps Its old nd makes new ones every Car more Its Strength Flavor and ity to commend IL On arrival from the Is roast ed at oUr and securely In 1 Ib sealed and not again until seeded for use Inthe home This precludes the dirt or ef Sold in for J and Loss kit common intended Other may right Kuro Nerve world your ZOO sent by Mall send SIOO doe not benefit IT COSTS YOU You make posit Incur liability Fill coupon and write today Why suffer say longer have any family suffer when disease cured Advice FREE Dr 192 CHICAGO ILL offer good alto Canada aSgies secure reduced rates the above States forintending settlers Write for rates xir orciuroaiu rrtlj til DtarWrn CUni War dies r500rdsof unostioai soidieraserylce ages ritEs iStUSBfl Vie ii 5jQ a3 drut5itta C ON S T TO N L iJ Agonies Prom Kidney Disorders 1Until Cured by Deans Kidney Pills t George W Renal of 1933 North Eleventh street Pa of and stand log writes Five years ago wad suffering and kid that often fs had lo lay TIme seem were my and stomachs were and lund Quo BKitorr no When failed help me Doans Kidney Pills nail my bade was strong and my appetite s returned During the four years j stopped using have enjoyed excellent health The cure was per manent Signed GEORGE W RENOFF A Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y For salt by all dealers Price 50 VERY FEW IF ANY CIGARS SOLD AT 4 CENTS AS s1i MUCH TO URE OR COST THE DEALER AS MUCH AS WHY 7 i Uniform excellent quality for over has sales of The of all homes LION COFFEE friend even than Qual factories packed opened using ASK ot or contact with germs Insects unclean bands The absolute purity fLION COFFEE Is therefore to the coasaraer Ib packages Lionhead eyer Sitvo Lionheads BY VOOLSON SPICE Cf1 Toledo 8 helps and and The oCera a limit ibares par per snare per month and guarantees ttehl neraninim BlrK dent payable rurzs mahogany and other cabinet dwellings sad railroad frN encom branee and deeded trust for proleo Lion men flow resources profit cOme from lumber rub bananas and trrpkxU nuns berciof cattle horses goats and tie mm stores facto rice iiimWr alone will pay the eght cnaratecd for years 5 the i a J I lor awaffti will paid from cargo mahogany i toJTew york per cent estimated Sill property Two ourmaruurers Sham command f 0 pro mium write for from tbosewbo hays received a total or4ai5 Uvldeoda i GErard ZVurt Ox Susie rfflltfror Delaware Trull Wilmington Jitt tnutce President Wu ABW Comr vIrorrceS Cm A Mcctrnr KrKdltor Time thus and Trees Oouunci iluia now I and ask kj I Drexel I Kuro Pain SWEET POWDERS CHILDREN TeethincIIruggIStaCtI PILES HEdyes tunleaddreANAKESI8 J yt nex- ttlmelJouston 1nock transportation Iproviding glassesPhiladel Facts Are Stubborn Things quarter Century package coffees Xpon Coffee Confidence people opposition LION COFFEEbas plantaUonlt packages GROCERS EVERYWHERE We Guarantee Nervous General Sciatica and IDiseases ot Eczema t of Organ of Misuse Trouble bhcki not a remedy different trues anything the and not In the for medicines tailed ryau not the Ptwrweka the t Tonic Wood the tar men stud children i To Introduce I vii If NOTHING out the me one in the can be WA1I Is C PUSHECK Washington St Thl t5 it iluamet PnslMckt fmn ItmUIr Trial a CaittoruiaWaablngtonOregos household TrwCnthnUI l 81 two bUltyanTwarandforwldowsUaTe Oiiiomenmyearapraclico Iii Walaut LfM P Suffered Philadelphia man goodrepu tation so with my hack neys oft tions un natural legs 5e swollen I appetite doctors to improved until since I them TRIAL FREEAddress cents COST MANUFACT l YOURSELF steadily increased leader carefully possibility adulteration IilUst guaranteed i 1 on these valuable premiums SOLD Ohio It II no no or Is on to PENSIONS on at or I undersigned rdnnmherof at on insiaiiments KmtannuaUy Ineamrcheof woodr 55 all of In stockhoideza developing plantations Company other percent Dividend April i 1905 purutred be Twpntrtwo conservative ly dcvelcpment of Mexican plantations already matured by 4testimonials Jready Co OFFICERSi If BTnoxciKTUH It IU in K C M McMAimsPhlla A b WAcA- VAKEB Pa 14 tt It yo one be in me de wt per I f 6 fl l cC 2S In ad Ill w 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THE R PAXTON CPANY Pope Building Boston Miss PATENTS SJMpB book TRBB TT4- tl 5 rv l it t t t 1 7f J1 f l OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK ti OUTLdOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY f PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 Address all communications to p iTilEOUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or lo J W UONAKEU Owingsville t f Ky cotiItaddrol1 when writing Correspondent when out of sta l1tlIlCVjshould mention fact on a 1 gppurate slip of paper t No commission is allowed to any z body on FubBcriplions- TriK OUTLOOK is sent one year for one dollar FIX months for sixtyt i cents three months for thirtylive cents CIII ANNOUNCEMENT o FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo aro authorized to announce Chits E DIY of Slorehencl a cnn date for reelection as Kcpresenta 1livefrom Bath and Rowan cOlin ties subject to the action of the Dernpcaticpariy PuEStDnNT HOOBETKLT is as gal 1 as n rut He sent in the nomina lion of u negro for Collector of the f second district of New York The dose nauseating to a largo clc ment of Repi bl cans but tI oy cant help thking it cSn t Standard Oil Co are in iho ring J for a Unieh fight The Standard UIpKansas is u game tighter nnd will likely get in eoaio punishment on Ii its husky adversary boforo t cI goes up zTiiCourt of Appeula decided A k all tho Judges concurring tbnt the IHargia party were subject to the jurlsdictlaon o lea iS Cockrell They promptly conclud ed to give themselves up und go lo Lexington Monday and jupply for L7i1INiI S 8uk the battle of tUlIen ended in do r I Iteat for ll o Russians Tho battle wni the greatest of modern times in the number of troops engaged und casualties of battle Tlie Rus sinn loss is estimated at 150000 i the Japanese at 60000 Though 4 Y 1 k Lcreutlld the Russian Government 17 Buys army will bo sent to prosecute the war p EoBLiciTTof tlib business of cor vyI poratiunsls the must dIsmalof 54 fblureB in the case of the Meat I Trust Jt is possible that the ofYLa qj tbafflelhe nbHoity policy of tl anyrlteihc buSi facPresident Roosevelts Democracy not endorsed in the slightest b TIlL OUTLOOK bitt Will given inerelyof ns interpBting rending It akett i 15ie realCemocroey KB an organized 4 force is down and out indeflnitely If Roosevelt wrecks the Republican i ltrtyJn uls four years of power theta may be some hope of reorgan izing the remnant of Democracy of the old school but the pfoppoct is rrttber gloomy even then Ore thing is pretty certain though and that is that the oldfashioned tDeolOcrats will never findII PopuluSuclRJistic FederulistboS ele ment of the Republican party j which believes in inteproting the Constitution to meet its exigencies well1a8 In protection imperial h ism and other characteristic ohco t ilea of the opponents of historic f Democracy since iho organization I J of the party by JefFersond iTnE late Congress appropriated 818478194 for Undo Sums ex ponsee for the fiscal year from June 3019051to June 30 1905 That means a taxation of about ten dollars on every man O mangC and child of the nations pop It r tidn When It is considered that l v the taxation comes off of the really t i I rimductire element of the people the burden may he safely put titPe t 50 avurago per year every Yperson fprolluetlve capacity f Thi I i outside of State county tlxRtionoto tire heavy b i tribul PtijttoOllclhprqt cted irt f tl 3tjr t wbiqh the Government im poses illnl which KQCS into the I cofferi of the protected interests Itii paid indirectly but none the wIclothing und other manufactured 4 articles whether of necessity or r laxttfjf This bonus is difficult to- cenA v 1eide but ILl doubtless I r t larger than the Governments exuc I43 i lofl ostlown use AlloClblsl8 bearsf4i pruperlyJt percdved4tas di may be Y that the laborer pays in dirCl tuxes only his poll tux for county or for l county and municipal pUrpUBeI but i I ha can no more Federal tux ation and tribute to theprotec ted iolercBtB tbun he can do without jr clothing and countless nrtioloB of J personal necessity comfort or con venience If the plain common people appreciated thio fact they would be more chary of voting into power a party that believes in a J splendid Government and estruva J c gent expenditures us aUU8 ia tarr7ti the benefit of monopolies trusts thatJore Rrf rook1 fwitk power as It they were theGoy +r 3 ratJO t ts r IP34a r rrw Jr i J t l h i i ji ii tltcJ + l1rf f i i t irJ W q JJtrt h i114 4i J bit vy sJj o u t j f 1 11i f ri J Lo+ t r t1t I o f It ji f Jto J IJ Il + vr It IJ fs I ftrOl t As n rule genius is fitted to go up against it hard and when it happ way IttisiiisCttssie Chodwick was on unijucs tionable genius whose precocity tho line of brilliant financiering to her prosecution for forgery at the ago of sixteen later to serving a term in the Ohio pen and jusmobwhen he had attained lion tIIher and convicts her on seven ntS the extreme penalty being teen years in prison and a line of 870000 When a girL starts wih nothing but her mental equip men t and CUll Immbnozle trained financiers until Site has millions at her cnmnmnd she must be credited with a raro quality of genius CORRESPONDINCE Forgo Hill A Riddle moved from here to veryniingGeo iiuiirgeCOUliti III last week It N Williama rive tothisICIer which they will go to Indian Territory to locate Slate Valley Mrs John Shrout was n guest or the family of Sam Shultz Sunday Iaet tamed most of last week Sun springlikedllMeeting here Saturday night and upperSuitWell Salt Lick I dont think on present tiny history eltit scored or profane that would give us any proof of what Eves com pir ion was l3otholLbeFri visidayin elitFiewtn2suStInday Rich Kinney lost by death a good work mare Saturday nightuioh W R Peters Sr bought n gr maro in Owingsville Monday for 120 Tom Julio and Henry Peters sold their tobacco to French Monday- S at i and 9c MissesMarguerite Arrasmith of Moirefiold and Lulio Hurst of 3l iiiiLicrLswgMrs Frank Boyd Springfield iailingher visitedJohn SuMrsMurk Friday visited Mrs Lucy Atkint 3nbe caMissor 0ou irrSharpHburgrm in this neighborhood Mrs J J Mark of Owingdville nnd Mrs W A Boyd were guests their mother Mrs Lucy Suiath s the past week West End Mrs Janice Ridcrson is said to bo dying Mrs John B Lane visited friends here this week The freshet carried nw con s1 jGof hudaysWin Clayton bought a tract of timber from Col L North 80 5AlliesttpmotherSunday George McClain bought a crib of n from T A Old Whetstone Plersallut 1225 per hbl Mrs James Conoy left hero Sun ay for her homo in Charleston 111 She was here to attend funeral of her father F C lckell rNIckellin rtneption or his i when t thookle aaveshost of friends to mourn their loss eace to his ashes Upper Fiat Crook Mrs J H Carter has gripaU CTipton pf Bourbon county was hero reeeijtlyV 11 lumiltunMiss Nellin Glover has been sick ith grit for the past two weeks spent inglasth ereRMisses Maggie andKateCarut md5 nod brother John have moved to Mt Sterling PeeletlOakwife SutlurdaydA G V rook and wife aro slowly recovering frumu severe ttackof grip mlMtthis year Their many friends Iii this vicinity regret to lose thorn Thomas Carrnrtdy moved last week to Mrs Dee Berrys place on ofEwlnglonoated by Mr Cartuodyut lastiweekhWytheilIe Im ut8ilyearsin thii section who regret to or hlsd tth 6t J j 4 J ffia fi 1t r S r1 s lIEII J t p a 4 Hillsboro Minor Denton and wife mndo u ies trip to Cincinnati Miss Lout Harmon returned Mon IIday evening from a business trip 1Cincinnati1IM rs to after being confined lo lit for several weeksisMarshallllnwklns left Wedncs day to visit his fattier U B hay kins nnd family at Covlngton Thoniiis launders moved to the ftirm he lately purchased of Ben Story Jauits Campbell to the ten ant houso of Mrs Moody Mrs Mary Reeves died Tuesday at her home near here She had been was CIturietigraveyard OlympialutUncle continues it1l3TWill Penix has moved to the te lately vacated by TomMont RohcrfStaton move last week Mr Goodpasterfl farm on Slate ek to farm this ocaeon Jim Will Johnson of Preston moved here last week to the erty Silowned2 ort1r9ling uiuun Saturday to visit her parents Churle l vif andeMrs Swetnam nOd son Robert moved last week to the beautiful country home they purchased SIi of arLStepatouteCrlittl iC vacated by the Swctnams GrangoCitytruMrs Mnriali E ten sold a horse to Ed Campbell for SO emtiel Denton of Cincinnati ted relatives hero last week atlilt Bros frosonsnd Wm and lutauievilleItsVa property Mrs Betio Cutright Mrs 11111 Ne gowmanare all quite sick at this writing Mrs Frank Carpenter nnd60n Forest of near Flcmingsbur were guests at R R Waltons Frid nutt vaiMrs L S Riitliir and little daughter Atba Aetna returned home Saturday after n visit to Mrs A W Jones at Odessa Upper Prickly AshchH A Lytcr and wife visited WClark und wife on Flat Creek ndaywe fattersesof grip and pinkeye WMIIV vwjiv andof Ia ickJy Ash visited Join W Cole and wife Snturday nightlaWalter Harper and son Kelly of Mittvnywere guests of Daniel Harper and futnily one night last week C S RatlifT and wife of Salt utterspllrcntsDunl1 night anti Sunday Mrs Adu Markland of Owinps ville spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs F FTackett who is poorly with grip dllughterLellie CoylenlowerPrickly nnd Willie Hamilton Sn turFand Sunday Miss Mary Snedogar who had rfNanoyt arch I to make her homo for the present with her sister Mrs Thos Moore in Montgomerycounty Salt Lick Mrs Press Jackson was in Mt Sterling Saturday Miss Lena Turloy visited reinis tivt8 in presion Saturday and Sun 4 utyCMiss Lillio Johnson of Preston JusTurleyMiss Ems Krin is in the city w t 5rillagain this season Lexingtontie eye ho had injured eomo timetgo and which hejias lost the sight p The doctor encouraged him to h o dfOn Saturday J Roe Wells who Slatebridgetains with stock antI as the waters were very high when he reached Triplett ford near Rockvillo in fordingund MrYellsswimbisGray son accented and was rowned in the attempt The body was recovered a short time afteroward in a few feet of where he went down I BOO wo have coiled down tho wrath ofbotli Knob Lick nnd Stoops because of our suggestion Welltheycallstudying such political questions us have sometimes been discussed would we believe have been U9l gossiboutpingh for ono am sure U wouliL liqve been aigreat deal more interesting to the en at least Now we hope no bodys hurt uivd as both ljove1 named correspondent aro able writer politics wo scan arjwiihintrrcst their weekly contri lndo our newsy put per 1 f t 1 Ji i lyt1hi 11 T 4 r I Ttr w Odessa The sick aro all improving tI R Darnell sold 50 barrels of corn to Isnao Slou o III d Preys JacKson of Salt Lick at 2 peV barrel at the crib ii tried Feb 14 Woodson No Tberjjisis the oldest daughter of J A lIar ItlyWhile IutrM r und Mrs Nirris Fairviaw Born to Silas Woodard and wife a 10 Ib buy W Maddox ifAndorsonInd e in lust week returning homo Sunday rs Gina Garner went to Odessa Shehe proceeds of the stile of DIIHendrixs stock on March ojTerO Iutbo furutPowell Hcdding moved b cfc to his home farm last weekand usia others arc moving too numerous to mention S A Bailey sold his tobacco to Wm Crow of Mooreficld at 7c l Littleton sold to TG Dnu1 ylit 6c Parker Perkins died at his homo on Lick Branch Monday March was buried Use following d at the Eminons graveyard near cursIw e 1lire both very ill Mrs JT Wood is on the sick list Mrs Martha vert is ill S A Bailey is sick Mrs Conery Anderson isiII with cer of the uiouili RiloyRodgcrs 8 dangerously ill lust week ilrsilurguretVice Okla Bum Vice bought a 200 Hi 10 m Name Sanders for 10 weekdidd p Since the last few warm days the wheat is looking promising foi a od cropniuFrank Denton and wife will leave toIni inDellas the guest of his cousin Albert Vice Sunday night The people of this place will meet hero next Sunday March Itlltoo- rganize a Sunday school Johns Markland wife and two ildren were guests of Brack Junes van d wife Saturday and Sunday iepl1iHlIVllnttit r Henry Elen and funhil Jiof iul HIlij htro Gregory 65 und 80 ibs pu in we4tl rs for them 3Land Martin Vice Thomas Sorrt1i Eddie Ujiiigherty went FrMuvMo visit W T Atchistm anti faraily ZM near Moorefleld Leslie Uemirix und wife Ib ends3and wife allof Branch lei nbnrhcid were guests o enfdrix and fuiii Sunday OOKStStone Shultz has feverP eryrWill Nixon was at HriBuford Cassity went to Mt Ster ling Friday Born March 7 to Asa Roil ivcll and wife a son The sick in this neighborhood are all improving Miss LIme Johnson is via relatives Suit Lick Mrs JelF AlexanderofStepstont visiting Mrs J O Hall Newt Jones moved hornsMrs S V Johnson and Mrs J 0 Wood are both hlhiepassable since tho rains last week t tSeverlll from hero attended Mormon meeting in Owinqsvillo Sunday Mrs Sam Jackson went to Mt Sterling Saturday to have her eyes Born Feb 28 to Stun HJoh son and wife neo Rosa Pergram uiughiter S V Johnson bought Turner 60jMartJacksClns Willson Hendrix shipped ClncinnutiLena Turloy of Salt Lick visited her cousins May andJuneNixon Saturday and Sunday sonClayrelatives here lust week ucastf0 cross since the big rainI JJlovedherewelcome them to the neighborhood I too would bo glad if Stc lops and Knob Lickwouldglve us a rest on soy adozen mrs lr so There are a great many cases If of thenelgbborboodThere i few sick ones fl Ded March 1 thq 8yeartod son of Grunt nod Martha Jo0 ellon the ica while playing some children and ncverrecov ered The parents haVo the sympathy of the community in their sudl rejiveineiu i r w t t i J l t1A 1 III ILlcklna Union stopped the mail Friday and Saturduy The lung expeeted tide came last week in Licking river M art Cole moved to the house cvaca ted by Clifton Davis Charley Jlllw is very sick Alpha n M GeorgeEverelt Bro J W Howes of Ashland held Ins second quarterly mtvtiag Tuesday nntl Vcdusvsdmtyor this conference year TrllYJellnlngsyear They buried her at the Al frey grnvoyurd Suturdny The Licking Volley trnin did not run Saturday on account of one of the dinguses being washed out of the trestle across Cauey Creek uiw Alfrey bought of his ton n a spun of mules for U30 and of his soninlnW Jessie Willianina wngonfor yMooru s Ferry There was a great deal of rain fell here the past week Several from here attcndedCotlrt nt Owingsvillo Monday iiiI believe all the people are done moving in this vicinity for this spring yIt looks like now that winter has or ken up but were likely to have several blustery days yet Fri partIto attend Court Saturday at Ow avilloing I guess the sawmill men along the river can not grumble unw totBoono Ingrurn is still very sick Drs Pierce and Lewis have been 1gDied near hero March 9 1905 Mrs Mary Vanlandingham aged about GO years She was the widow of Stewart Vanlandingham who died some years ago She was the widow Sutton before her last mar go and was tho mother of five children Mrs Mug Pariah John James mind Shell Sutton She wus laid to rest at the Hedicks burJ g ground Friday Reynoldsville Silas Corhin spent Fiiday with James Boyd at Carlisle Miss Annie Stone pf White Oak was a guest of the Misses McNab last weekfoJell Lee Norris of Bald Emigi w ut here culling on tho lair s Monday mmIiitStiMisses Jocle Williams and Nun nie Berry of MoonHeld visited MiiiAIlridJ3uialilsim runt iltriu nlay until Sunday ITollie Secrest stud sisters Mi sep Florence and Elizi of Fleming unuiity hpcnt Sunday with their uurt Mrs J W Corliin Itm Riley nnd Miss Lconn FbIiWlta thenrelatives Tom Snidegar moved lust WP iktvIn his farm nn White Oak that recently purchased of OHio nec littrowers house vacated by hrth Snedegur Isaac Crouch moved into the house on Silas Corbins Flu Creek turns vacated by t thheM r Crouch W W Boyd mol Tuesday from Silas Corbins hot to Orange City S 0 Dogg byMrgSlOPst9t1eW G Carpenter and wife ore both down wijh piewWrn Helwig hits opened up his store in the Harper storehouse ere Well we surely had plenty of beinghigher eardboughtthepaytngl100for Frank Brown got word that hisU brother Henry u merchant of Dewey Ky is very low and nut ex Pected to live with stomach trouble oAlfrednephew left Monday morning for Lexington to see Dr Aitkin for the daughter and nephew who are un der the weatherc SutIurday to Olympia where they will raako their homefor a while We are sorry to loso thorn but our loss h Olympia8 gain verylowo f ititldnow for several weeks Mrs Anaiiza Scott of Preston herbrotherlotiveb here for a few weeks reo turned home Saturday Frank Brown has moved into thetnow home bought here and Rodger h foousevuentedthe E P Thompson farmhThos Garrott went to Mt Serl Saturdnynightwhen there Whats the mlttereTom couldnt you see straight weeklibwont to Columbus 0 where he is a visiting his cousin Mrs Sallie Isa EdwardsI1 t v i JrL rFrom Chicago every day March i to May 151905 to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in rf California Tickets good in tourist sleeping cars Rate for double i I berth Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento jJ and many other points in California 7 Through train service from r Union Passenger Station Chicago via the jLk Chicago Milwaukee St Paul I ff Union Pacific Southern AND PaeflsxMaI- f r r 1you are thinking of such a trip this is your opportunity to make it at least expense jJ i Handsome book descriptive of California sent for six cents postage jr A MILLER General Passenger Agent IF 1345 Railway ExchangeCHICAGO Complete information will be sent free on receipt of this coupon with blank lines filled Coupon should be mailed today Knob Lick Mrs Elizabeth Wells visited Mrs J 11 Colliver Sunday Mrs Wm Hornhack visited lie da Mrs Suturllu und Su hundayMrs Lizzie Christian soul thret ttirfuxxniers y iid y There is a hig title in Licking ver Cnnlderttbhe lugs vo 1lcil hitiiiiir The ore company huts been doing git litod8to in Bhovd and teams vLMoorosers you reftr to us sending town to ur place did not obey ihstrui ttS given to gel reHgion iiitet iii oy got whipped und Jailed besides ulJacksonithi disturbing religious worship liean d pointing a pistol was flned25 in hotW cases and twenty days in Jail iere are a few more laddies is community who are bidding to go over the same route myron e duties of women taking an in Therqdnone w io lepublicanttignore indeed a responsibility UI borders on sinfulness An act omission sometimes is as great sin as an act commission Unb the seeds are sown and nurtured iuro will Lift no harvest Who ore fitted to nurture with mci care and tender heart the youths of our own land than mother sister Jjtheseit is a sacred duty they hold toGod tooItiiderstandingly While we in our friendly discussion did not expect to be eulogized but in our limited way tried to present facts us hi 00Sten tion8 were not mercenary I ti we have not done any mater harm 8outuithielndiawIilriotbodernnd murhe Iriomothers remember toe old homely ying rip hand that rocks the radle should bo tho hand to rule the world Stoops Wheat is beginning to show up atit little better The wheat hasnt begun to make much of a show yet DlaybeChas Carr of Grassy Link is fencing for Mrs Ella Hamilton bellshuveErnest Qillaspie of Clark cotin has been visiting relatives here sondfoundation The few days of warm weather have produced some eases of tri tIes1I The most damage the fine weath ppringpoet8 MaiIeon AgobdVelzedcrowd oifendedJII MI Ciarks1 lnloFiidayEverrH liincsocl r 35ifet sf iIO 47j 0 cr W S HOWELL iOencial Eactern Agent tI33t Broadway LNEW YORK CITY 1If Name f Street Address ICity Stnt Probable Destinatiot f Hisle the Continental bought Clay Wicrop of ii hacco at SB and 3c rThe soup trust went into bus ness with the intention of clear g the people up B Spratt gf Springfield bus rented from J H Gillrtspio and ll move this weekCThe colored brethren have been conducting big revival ut their school house netir hicicseEugene Berry will soon beuiii tb reconstruction fu large tobacco barn fur J M Bigstuir rsTh1 Wllr f Tl1ifrllfr St Nerlpresent id improving Ton RiehardVon f JeiFerAon Ihi Will move hs sawmill onU M Bigstair farm this week Teddy has entered upon the ii ties Ifhit for four moore yearf Now llIukerrailroads und Stut molts II lie flyccMrs of near Judy is critically ill with pneutno uionia Her death is txpeclcd- in llmry Misses Sarah Lee and Margaret Foley began attending Miss Kate Corbetts school ut Mt Sterling Monday Knob Lick yor seem to hava gotten in it worse over the rough onrats suggestion titan over poli tics If the ladies get you it will be all day with you IOvafpointssfor n few days this week sJ H Gillaspie sold Wra Joneftl of North Middletown fourBourbon rGllcspiebrourassy Lick abroad more forlOO Some one set the grass on fire in the Springfield churchyard one day st week anti but for the timely arrival of some nearby residents the church would have been do strayed tHisle bought the following to neighnj Waran ors at at and3c Jn Gilluspies ot if nd 3c Thins B Hamiltons ut 8 hdic pii p t The Deiewnre Senatorial Ih mixup II is something of a show with eever al actors doing stunts The tars a reGnatt Addick Old 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